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Request an option to NOT skip the quarantine process

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Bottom line:

An option somewhere in the program to not skip the quarantine process when a valid xblock file is not found.


Ideally this could be some toggleable option. In my situation I had a hard drive corrupt and was able to recover about ~85% of the songs using hard drive recovery tools but about ~15% was totally corrupted, the right file size but completely mixed data from "ghost bytes" left on the hard drive. So I have no inherit way to easily just remove these files. When the song manager loads up it recognizes these songs are broken, but does nothing to address it. I'm eating up some scan time in dealing with these 250 or so songs. 


I'm hoping an easy togglable could be added to allow the program to move these files to another folder for later addressing via the file manager in the song manager. The condition doesn't have to be blanket to address all files, just psarc files that ALSO don't have a valid xblock would still addressed by the quarantine process. And you don't break the ability to skip the not rocksmith files that may be inside the dlc directory.


For now I'm just going to manually go item by item in the output area and remove them all by hand, but an option in program to address it would be awesome.



I think I found a temporary workaround, for those who may have a similar issue, you can move all songs to Artist folders, delete the files it didn't move, then restore the songs back.

Here's an example of the message in program during the scan:


2021/05/15 15:53:02]: <ERROR> Could not find valid xblock file : C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Rocksmith2014\dlc\whilemyguitar_p.psarc: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Rocksmith2014\dlc\whilemyguitar_p.psarc
[2021/05/15 15:53:02]: Assuming the current file is not a song psarc, skipping the quarantine process...

PS: could prolly make that error message shorter too, no real reason to list the full path twice.

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