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    Hi Can anyone help? I'm a first time user.
    By accident I have deleted all files that are mp3 related.
    How can I get them back or where can I download them again.
    Thanks

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    Have you looked in your recycle bin ? Tried a system restore if you are using XP or ME.

    No way of knowing what MP3 files you had, so how can we advise on how to replace them

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    My car won't start, it's a red car. Can you tell whats wrong with it?
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    We don't read minds, sorry.
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    I use this template in another forum I co-manage and it has worked well. It's very difficult for us to help you without knowing at the very least the operating system you are running.

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    If you depeted your files and have not installed or saved anything since you did then you have a chance of recovering them.
    Have a look at http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/col...id,1295,00.asp for some tolls to do the job.
    Remeber that if you have installed anything, added more files/downloads or saved anything then chances are that all or part of those deleted files will have been written over and not recoverable.
    As for replacing them it is called a CD store or a LEGAL miusic download site.
    We do not give information out that leads to illegal activities.
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