QUOTE (ohrenkino @ Feb 12 2012, 04:01)
What is different about these folders so that you can identify them as causing trouble?
Other than the naming there is absolutely no difference in the Folders.
QUOTE (pone @ Feb 12 2012, 04:05)
I guess you are loading the whole folder into Mp3tag?
Try loading the single files into Mp3tag, one after the other. Maybe you can single out a file which causes the trouble. Or, if all files can be loaded, maybe in the folders are some hidden files which cause trouble.
Also try moving the files into a different folder, and load that folder into Mp3tag.
Same result. Regardless of which folder I move them into, and/or which file I seperately (and manually) load it still freezes. Even tried dragging them into a newly created folder in the program and it crashes once I drop it in (if I'm currently viewing the contents of that folder).
QUOTE (DetlevD @ Feb 12 2012, 04:33)
Check out the entire length of the longest filepath name of all the files in the bad folder, starting from drive letter down the folder tree to the longest filename including extension.
The longest filepath name string should not be longer than 255 characters.
Nothing even close to 255. The folder is fairly close to the Root, not much nesting at all.
G:\G\ (artist name) \ (album title) \ (file name)
G:\temp\ (artist name) \ (album title) \ (file name)
For now I've just been putting them into an "untaggable" folder. Perhaps I'll just try getting a different copy of these. Is there a console/debugger/error report generator that I could use and look over? Something to give me an idea of what the actual cause of the crash is.