Ok Guys, here's a fun one... I burned a CD with MP3s on it for my RIO VOLT mp3 player. The Rio player reads data formatted mp3 cds. Somehow, I had the settings in NERO incorrect, and it truncated the file names to something like 27 characters. As a result, if any files had a long band name (for example a band called "PLANES MISTAKEN FOR STARS") they were truncated after the band name- so the song name was cut off. As a result I ended up with several songs that have the exact same file name: While they have the same name, windows obviously recognizes them as different files (as you can see above, different file sizes and dates). The rio volt player also recognizes them as different files- and is able to play each one. However- if I try to OPEN the file, or copy or do anything with them in windows- windows will only deal with the FIRST file of the list. So if I try to copy the 3rd file, I copy it- and windows simply ignores me and copies the first file. If I try to open the file- the same thing- no matter which I pcik, windows opens the first one. If I open all of them- I get a dozen copies of the first one. My first thought was to check a DOS shell and see if the files had a numeral distinction. However they don't: Can anyone think of a way I could take these files off this CD and rename them so I have all the individual files? Right now, I'm completely out of ideas. Again- windows knows there are multiple files, but all attempts to interact with them just forces you to deal with the first one.