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Corrupt Windows DRM?

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So i logged into Rhapsody today and got a message saying that my computer could not be authorized to play that track because my DRM was corrupt. I immediately followed the advice on Rhapsody's website and Microsoft's website, but I can't find the DRM folder. I looked through my registry and found the place that it is supposed to be located, but its not there. Well, let me rephrase, It is there because I can access it through the Run Dialogue if I manually type it in, but as far as going through Windows Explore, it isn't locatable. I know its a hidden file, but I even tried to show hidden files in the tools menu item, but the folder still doesn't appear. I went to Windows Media Player to try backing up my licenses, but that item isnt under the tools menu there. Does anyone know how I can view my DRM folder so I can rename it as Rhapsody suggests?

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