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Comment 9 for bug 730488

Yvon TANGUY (vono22) wrote :

Hi

Yes I think, it's maybe not the first time it happen, I don't remember.

Maybe it is the MAD driver which does not do things well. Erase files with their own, it's not a good way to do. But it's like that, and I cannot change it. One thing can be done really easily I guess, it's to warn the user of this issue.
If you are aware of it, you can takes actions before it brakes.