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Arthur- > Can you try adding it on Trunk/HEAD instead? I tried the WinCVS macro "Copy to HEAD version" from the branch and got this result: cvs server: nothing known about stock.aspx.vb cvs server: warning: new-born stock.aspx has disappeared So, I assume you mean, check out the trunk/HEAD, and Add the file there, then Commit? That's what I tried next: Here is an interesting line from the checkout: cvs server: nothing known about stock.aspx cvs server: nothing known about stock.aspx_1 I seem to recall getting this message when the problems first started. There should be no such file as "stock.aspx_1"; I presume this is some kind of backup created by CVS? And here is what happens when I try to do the Add & Commit on the freshly checked out HEAD (note- I am checking in the .ASPX file and also the code-behind file .ASPX.VB): cvs add -- stock.aspx (in directory C:\working\) cvs server: scheduling file `stock.aspx' for addition cvs server: scheduling file `stock.aspx.vb' for addition cvs server: use 'cvs commit' to add these files permanently cvs commit -m "05/02/2008 - Restoring files from backup" -- stock.aspx stock.aspx.vb (in directory C:\working\) cvs server: could not find parsed rcsfile stock.aspx cvs server: could not find parsed rcsfile stock.aspx.vb *** At this point I tried a Status command: cvs status -v -- stock.aspx (in directory C:\working\) =================================================================== File: stock.aspx Status: Locally Added Working revision: New file! Repository revision: No revision control file Sticky Tag: (none) Sticky Date: (none) Sticky Options: (none) Merge From: (none) *** And here I tried a Commit again with no better results: cvs commit -m "05/02/2008 - Restoring files from backup" -- stock.aspx (in directory C:\working\) cvs server: could not find parsed rcsfile stock.aspx It's possibly interesting to note that all the "missing" files are present as ",V" files when I browse the repository... Any other ideas I can try? Thanks, -Andrew Cushen