Do you have some hint how to find the corrupted file?
It´s impossible for me to search to try one by one between almost 600 scans.
This is just a general suggestion on how to find a problem in a large number of scans, etc:
Use the binary method. We all know about it, and it is bette than random brute force, but still pretty brutey unless you get lucky
split them into two groups.
process one group. if it fails the problem is probably somewhere in that group. so repeat on that group
(for completeness, probably want to try other group and see that it doesn't fail).Of course, it's better if the software would keep a log of the files it processes, or you look at the revision directory and see which file didn't get processed (assuming it processes all the rest)...would be nice if there were just a log as they are processed from scene
with some state:
* file name started
- data read
- data processed
-scanned for spheres
all with date/time
(I think there is some kind of log, but just file names and I don't know if it is when started or finished:
file name .
file name ..
file name ...
file name ... done
where each of the dots is one of the stages of processing
of course they don't tell us what stage was finished or started, but FARO would know)
again, just my 2¢s
==================ps google translate did the following on the german:
Manually rename the files. Please note the following:
- Scan file names can not contain spaces
- Scandata are identified by their internal ID, not by name
- Remove the scan files from the parsing of the virus program
- Disable the virus scanner
- Memory operation was skipped.
- Please complete the memory process
Defective HDD / SD card:
- The HDD / SD card may be damaged by a former writing operation
- This is possibly caused by the fact that the date does not correspond to that of the service on the local memory.
a separate thought - because I am where I am:
What is 28 Feb 2017:
- in New Orleans
, it's Mardi Gras
- everywhere else in the world, it's just Tuesday
- well maybe not in Baton Rouge/southern parts of Louisiana; Mobile, AL; etc (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mardi_Gras
Not original with me, but idea for thought.