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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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The other day when I tried to load an export file in ProfilerQuery I got an error. I was surprised at the, because I had loaded many hundreds of export files without any problem. Upon examination of the export file I found this:

I'm baffled. I have never seen Profiler screw up an export like this. And I'm 100% sure it's not of my doing. I ran the export again, and this time there was no error.

Has anybody ever seen anything like this? Hardware problem? Unlikely, since I haven't seen any other problems? Power spike?

I guess I shouldn't worry too much about a one-off like this, but I'm curious.
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Could have been any of those. Cosmic rays are real. CRC was developed for a reason. Still nature prevails. You probably observed one of those "one in a million" data corruption events.
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I was curious if this was a possibility, but yes: While d and f are two letters away, there are only one single bit different:

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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Yeah, I noticed that, too. Not sure what to make of it, though.
Maybe my PC had a covfefe moment. 
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Don’t overthink it guys. Our PCs are correcting who knows how many errors per second from network transmission glitches, weak memory chips, corrupt hard drive sectors, and the list goes on. It’s a testament to the error correction technology that even more don’t slip thru and get manifested to the user.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Don’t overthink it guys. Our PCs are correcting who knows how many errors per second from network transmission glitches, weak memory chips, corrupt hard drive sectors, and the list goes on. It’s a testament to the error correction technology that even more don’t slip thru and get manifested to the user.

Yeah, I suppose you're right. Only, in my experience hardware errors are seldom this subtle. I have run a disk check and memory diagnostics, and no problems found. I'm just curious, but I guess it falls under "s**t happens" 
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