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Here's how my script works:

1. Make a list of all files in <a list of directories>.

2. Save a full link to each file (but not a shortcuts) and pair it with an MD5 checksum.

3. Look for checksum duplicates.

4. If duplicate, then print (or save in a file) all locations.

Because there aren't many duplicates to begin with, I can usually go through the list by hand. Last time it was something like 10 positions.

Why does the checksum comparison work? Chances to have two different files with exact same checksum are pretty low. Like 'it never happened to me' low. Also, checksums will not differ even if the names are different.

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