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So a few years ago, my computer crashed, just period, crashed. And i had a good 2000 songs a music there. i HAd to reinstall xp on myself, which was fine. So i lost everything on my computer, i thought. Turns out my user profile was still there, but i couldn't get to it. "access is denied, this might be full right protected." Well i was running an ad-ware program and it looked through the file, so i could enter it. I found all of my music, but i can't play it. And after i closed the program, i couldn't get into it again. I tried to transfer the music out of the file onto my desktop, but it wouldn't play the music, and after i restarted my computer just for the h*** of it, it denys me access again, any ideas of how i could get my music. Thank you.
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