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Each block of data written onto the disk is immediately followed by a few "extra" bytes, namely the CRC ("Cyclic Redundancy Check") bytes. The value of the CRC depends on the data just written.

When reading your data from the disk, the CRC also is read.
A new CRC is calculated from the just-read data.

If the "new" CRC does *NOT* match the "old" CRC, then you have a "file integrity" problem -- either your data was not written correctly, or your data could not be read correctly.

It's a sign that your disk-drive is "dying".
Make a copy of all the other files, and save your pennies, to pay for a new disk-drive.

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