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3BabeezAnAGeetar

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I was having wierd problems with my Music folder. For some reason, t copied itself several times in itself! My friend said it was a virus, so i did a virus scan, and thre were 2 of them found. It got rid of them so i resatarted the comp.
Then during startup i get that "checking drive F" blue startup screen as if i restarted incorrectly or something...
next thing i knew, my Music Folder became a "File":no:

when i try to access t, it says its only about 32k!!! Please help! i dont want to lose my music! (21gigs) I know they're there somewhere cause the same amount of HD space is still taken up. :tazz:

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME!!
:help: :help: :help: :help: :help: : ;) :thumbsup: :cheers: :cheers: :woot:

I left pictures if you wanna see what Im talking about... hope they help! :help: Pic_1.JPG Pic_2.JPG Pic_3.JPG
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This may be completely off but worth a shot. Get WinRAR (free evaluation is online if you don't have it) and choose open archive once you have it installed. The archive you want to open is your music file. When you click it, you may see an image file and the master image file...if you get something like ISO, MDS, or MDF you next need to get alcohol 120% or maybe even Daemon tools. Open the ISO or MDS in this program (or other image file) and you should now have this file mounted on a virtual drive. You can now put all of your files back into a named folder. This worked with a problem one of my friends was having with a game that started showing up as just File description.
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