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Windows xp and creative media source organize by accident of mi self i delete to trash can 6gb of music on mi /documents/limewire/saved but before i shut down the computer i went to trash can and select all files and click restore the file but were do the music go or how can i recuperate this music

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  • vazsal78 Sep 23, 2008

    windows xp and creative media source organize
    by accident of mi self i delete to trash can 6gb of music on mi /documents/limewire/saved but before i shut down the computer i went to trash can and select all files and click restore the file but were do the music go or how can i recuperate this music

  • vazsal78 Sep 24, 2008

    it dos not apear in saved in my documents that were i deleted from

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It will be in the same place from where it got deleted

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