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just use "md5check.exe" to make your own md5 ... submit
those checksums to etree or whatever ... that's what i do.
i back up my music onto dvd and then make an md5 file of the
files on that disk and put the file on there. if the disk
gets scratched or has read errors or whatever, i always have
the md5 to work from to make sure there was no data loss.