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Utility to search for missing audio files (track#-based), preferably Windows

Over years of maintaining a music collection, it does happen that a track gets lost, gets moved to another folder by a mouseslip, gets too long filename for the pesky Windows limitation, gets filename truncated and extension lost, or simply gets too corrupted to read.

So I am looking for something that would raise some red flag based on tags (track numbers or TOTALTRACKS if exists):
Scan each folder, count the number of music files (say N), and check if tracknumbers 1,...,N are present. If not, flag. If any file indicates totaltracks > N, then flag.

Anything such around? MediaMonkey script or anything?
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