Yes, that's a very strange title, but I am grasping for answers and that is all that comes to mind. This will not be easy to explain.. I was using a pq1 USB 3.0/2.0 16GB flash drive (Marked as 16A) [Yes, everything is marked and I have clear records from way back and today's activities were all being recorded.] -- so I'm using flash drive 16A to archive a folder of images on one computer (Computer_A). When it was all finished I took it out of that one and put it in another computer (Computer_B) here at my work station to check something and then I removed it. It had a corrupted file from an 08/30/2013 archive task. So on Computer_B I wanted a second computer to check the bad folder was showing as bad. No problem, because 16B (marked as), another pq1 flash drive, had a copy of that folder, also. I unwrapped 16B (protective wrap I put on it) and put it into Computer_B to check that folder that was no good on 16A. I hope you are following me, so far. So the folder on 16B was okay, BUT! Much to my surprise the only other folder on 16B had a new title. The title of the folder I had just archived on Computer_A and had then put into Computer_B. The contents of the folder was not changed, but the title was. So after getting over my shock I then starting checking very carefully that the contents of either flash drive had not changed and then I did a whole bunch more screen shots, and I am not playing a joke on anyone. This is an absolutely true story and I would like to know if anyone has any idea how this could have happened? I can prove this happened because when I do this archiving work I always keep records of everything and I have all the records. But in my many years of using computers, and I still have my TRS80s, I have never had anything like this happen to me before. This is my first public post asking anyone about this. This happened about 2 and 1/2 hours ago. Oh yes, the title. I am thinking the only possible explanation is that the title of the folder in the first flash drive, 16A, that I put into Computer_B must have stayed on some section of my harddrive associated with that drive letter (E and then transferred over to flash drive 16B when not so longer after I put 16B in. Oh boy, I know, this reads like I am some sort of a mad weirdo, doesn't it? And I don't even take drugs or drink. I hope somebody here knows what the answer is to this. Now that I have finally gotten this incident down in print I can easily copy this to other tech sites, but I'll give this place the first shot at it. It's actually a kind of relief to get it down in print. Way, way, too weird!