Some of you may have run into errors like “file.txt does not have the appropriate amount of clusters” or “file.txt has no end marker” or “file.txt has an unused cluster”. Starting in 2.5, you will no longer get these errors. FATXplorer has been updated to automatically fix these problems as they are seen. Repair operations will more than likely corrupt the file, but it will allow you to delete it without any problems. There may be some cases where it may not corrupt the file, but it really all depends on what went wrong.
The leading cause of problems like these are the use of storage devices in other third party tools. Be careful what you use!
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