State of Montana
As far as I could tell the D:\sd\08\01002\00\00 schedule looked normal. However, about one year out, the schedule changes from having no prefix in the initial columns to the following.7November 29, 1999 Monday 7November 30, 1999 Tuesday 3852 7December 1, 1999 Wednesday 3852 7December 2, 1999 Thursday The 3852 prefix continues until the end of the schedule sometime in 2003.
Scandisk revealed no problems on any of the drives.
Using the command for creating a zip file in your response:
C:\SD\10>z P -a -r -t100198 ds d:\sd\08\01002\*.* created a file P.zip in the sd\10 directory. I expected a file named ds.zip, so I am not sure if it worked correctly. In any case, I have attached the p.zip file for your investigation.
By the way, I understand the state is phasing out the mt.gov suffix on our email. It still works, but
is the new convention and should probably be used in the future, since I don't know when the old suffix will be dropped.