When selecting a bunch of files in Explorer, either by dragging or shift-selecting, if you copy that selection and go to paste it somewhere the Windows decides it'll copy the last file in the selection first, then copy the rest in order.
Seems a bit weird, and usually its fine (because, when the copy is finished, who cares?). The problem is if the copy is large, and you want to get as many done before cancelling (either due to time or storage constraints).
Say, you're copying a tv show series to your mp3 player. At time of cancellation you'll have a bunch of eps (not all), then a random final episode.
I'm pretty sure this happens with most Windows OS's but I've only have 7 to test on.
And I think it's the selecting that's the issue (not Explorer's copy, so using TeraCopy wouldn't help. I'm using MTP anyway, so TeraCopy won't work) because I have a work around (I'll post it as an answer if a real solution isn't found).
I'm just wondering if there's some setting (standard/advanced or tweak) I can affect to make it always copy in order.