My HD space is 80 gig and I only have 7 gigs left. that is a lie though lol.
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So you didn't do a destructive system recovery so your MP3s are probably still there.
Typically a folder called "my system drive" or something similar may be present in the root (C:\) of the drive which should have what you need. Alternatively use Windows search for *.mp3.
A destructive system recovery should solve the hard drive missing space problem, or alternatively run Scandisk on it from the properties of the drive in My Computer.
If running Xp then go to
Start>My Computer>Right click on C drive>Properties>Tools Tab>Error checking
What defrag program did you use?
If windows try downloading Auslogics defrag from the link in my signature. I like it better then windows defrag because it does a better job. It will also show you how much drive space you actually pick up and you can click on the log tab at the end of running and it will show you a log of everything it did and what files it moved.
Ok I didn't see anything about hd dying. When did this happen?
Ahh ok, that is why this is so confusing. It's not good to have 2 topics going on the same issue.
Thats ok, since they are coming from the same system I can address them in one topic
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