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Arthur- > Now modify each one (just add a comment or blank line) and commit a change back to the branch I just realized this is not feasible to do to *all* the files in the project, as many are third-party controls, some are binary files such as .GIFs, etc. Perhaps I misunderstood and you only meant for me to change the "problem" files? Or only meant for me to check out *and* change the "problem files? Or should I just make the changes to the text source code files and ignore the other files? I realize I may be nit-picking here and worrying too much, but I want to make sure I do the steps *exactly* the way you specified, so they work, or, failing that, they fail in a way that tells us something... Also, I just recalled what may have triggered the entire episode: I was working in VS2005, using the PushOK plug-in to do something to all the files - not sure exactly what, but probably branch-related - and the plug-in hung. I left it to sit for an hour or two with no result, and at that point I had to kill VS2005 from Task Manager. I don't recall if this was before or after the very first error, but I'll bet killing Visual Studio 2005 while the plug-in was hung, doing something with CVSNT, is what "scrambled" the files to the degree they are now. Thanks, -Andrew Cushen ________________________________