Originally Posted by JimmyWilliams
Does anyone know a way to file and delete the corrupted files, and spare the ones that still work?
Hey VBA, can you rost my chicken ?!
Hey VBA, can you open the CD tray to hold my coffee ?!
Hey VBA, …
As a reminder, VBA means Visual Basic for Application,
Application belongs to the application hosting it like here Excel so it was designed for Excel and not for system stuff !
So it's better to ask first on a system forum if anything exists in Windows to check if a file is corrupted
then if you have a positive technical answer you may come back here to share it …
… or obviously just operate manually when you meet such a file.