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My boyfriend recently got a MacBook Pro (i think thats what it is....a really new version of Mac..)

anyways he does not know anything about computers but he loves music. He spent weeks and weeks uploading 10 days worth of music onto itunes for his ipod...

then a friend came over and did some special thing that added all the music from his ipod to my boyfriends itunes as well...

well after he added to itunes, music files showed up in the music folder on my boyfriends computer (outside of itunes...) and he thought that meant there were two copies of all the music....so he deleted it....ALL

and emptied the trash bin....and it wasnt until he opened itunes that he realized all 10 days worth of music was gone....

then he plugged in his ipod thinking he could get the music from his ipod back onto his computer....and it updated his ipod and wiped it clean too.....

so i was HOPING someone could tell me that there is some type of system restore....or recovery that could help him get his music back......

thank you for any help!!
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There are a bunch of programs, with an undelete feature on them. One of my favorites is tuneup, but you have to buy this.. heres a good program for what your looking for.

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If it's a Windows PC you could try Freeundelete from the link in my sig under "file recovery".
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