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Corrupted Windows Folder

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A Windows folder entitled "My Own Music", that I kept all of my music in (roughly 19,000 tunes), in sub-folders, has become a generic file with no attributes.

I can open it as a text file, and it looks to include a lot of coding. The data is still on my hard drive (as it is still quite full!).

Is it possible to re-index the data and create a new folder, so that I can access the data?

I have attempted to attach the file for your review, but receive an error that I was not permitted to upload a file of that type.

Thank you,

~ Jeff
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