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Duplicate files problem...any software recommendations ?
I need a software that would find duplicate pictures  on my backup drive 
the ones I am finding need exact duplicates=same file name.
while plenty of duplicates are copies of the same photo but with a different file name.
for instance a photo on the memory card is called img-0001.jpg, I download it today and rename it, then download it another time while renaming it something else or even keep same original name.... 
Any recommendations ?
A quick google search gave me this ...

No personal experience with it.
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(02-07-2023, 09:37 PM)Klaus Wrote: A quick google search gave me this ...

No personal experience with it.

Didn't last more than 10 minutes, uninstalled
I use dupeguru ( ) , but i haven't understood exactly what you want to do.

Some others:

fclones (commandline):

czkawka :
Have you tried Norton Commander yet?
I have used it in the past for similar operations, just that I have no idea if the current version works the same as the older, DOS-shell based one.

It has, or used to have, a bit of a learning curve, but it worked very well indeed. There is a free version, and a paid for verson (30 euros). Here is a link:

HTH, kind regards, Wim
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