I have actually and still the error persists. D:I'm guessing there is a file in that directory that has a p in its name, that is somehow "evil"Just a couple of thoughts:
Can you check the files in that folder, and look for one that might have a messed up date stamp, or messed up icon, or something else in it?
If there are a lot of files, you might try moving half of them out of their until you find the offending file (assuming i'm right that it has to do with a file that is somehow odd).-mouser (December 22, 2013, 09:35 AM)
- 1. NTFS ADS (Alternate Data Stream):
Is it possible that there is NTFS ADS (Alternate Data Stream) content peculiar to/attached to the file named F:\Scripts\headphones.bat , and that there is something wrong/corrupt with the data in the data stream?
Any ADS content is lost if a file is transferred to a non-NTFS medium - e.g., it would not necessarily copy into a .zip file unless you had specifically bundled it with something like xplorer² "Bundle to go" function.
- 2. Start the file afresh:
Have you tried deleting or (better) expunging the file F:\Scripts\headphones.bat, and recreating it afresh, and then seeing if the error repeats?-IainB (December 24, 2013, 05:35 AM)