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Event ID: 12507 Source: DistributedLinkTracking

The volume ID for <volume> has been reset, since it was a duplicate of that on <volume>. This volume ID is used by Distributed Link Tracking to automatically repair file links, such as Shell Shortcuts and OLE links, when for some reason those links become broken.
This event appeared in my System log after I cloned a partition to another area on my laptop's hard drive with Paragon Hard Disk Manager. I cloned F: to a temporary partition, deleted and recreated F:, and moved the files back to the new F:, as the MFT on the original F: took up 50% of the partition. Normally I would have created a new SID for the temporary partition, but I planned on deleting it immediately after moving the files back to F:. I found this event message two days after doing the partition maintenance, and I was not aware of any problems occurring because of the duplicate ID. I did not reboot the laptop during the process, and I suppose a problem might have occurred if I had done so with two partitions with duplicate IDs.

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