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Thanks for helping with the question:

Copied a lot of long filenames into sub-sub-sub, etc directories and now have a lot of long filename
errors (total character length of path+filename exceed 256, I think it is). Can't seem to find them
all easily. Is there a utility or method for finding these overlong path+filenames to correct them?
Scandisk is not handling it effectively.
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Glad I could help!

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er, yeah.
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