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Find and rename duplicate files programme

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Hi, I am looking for a programme that will find duplicate files in selected folders and subfolders, then will rename the duplicate files by putting adding a 1 after the first duplicate, 2 afteer the…
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Hi,
I am looking for a programme that will find duplicate files in selected folders and subfolders, then will rename the duplicate files by putting adding a 1 after the first duplicate, 2 afteer the second duplicate etc. Anyone know if such a thing exists, I've trawled the web but not come up with any luck.

Thanks people
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I recently used "Duplicate File Detective 3" to find duplicates scattered over my hard drive and worked a treat, checked by crc check so didn't matter if the name was different, not sure if it auto renames the other files though but certainly brings up a list so you can delete or rename the duplicates :)
banned#2
Why would you want to keep the duplicate files?
Just curious :)
#3
use Explorer and COPY & PASTE (its copies as FILE1 as pastess as COPY FILE1)
#4
Sorry I didn't really explain correctly, I meant file names not actual files. Basically I have located all the files in different subfolders that have identical names (Using Duplicate File Cleaner), I am now having to rename them one by one. This si because I am doing a batch word to PDF conversion, and it won't work if 2 files have the same name
banned#5
Disco
use Explorer and COPY & PASTE (its copies as FILE1 as pastess as COPY FILE1)


This.
Find all the files through Search, then copy them into the same folder and windows will rename them.
#6
Use bulk rename utility. You can set each file to have an incrementing number.

Read the forums/help files on the site to learn how to use :)

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