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All of my songs got deleted & it wont let me put them back on.

All of my songs on my mp3 player got deleted, and when I tried to put them back on in Windows Media Player, it kept saying 'Windows Media Player encountered an unknown error.' Someone please help me! I need my songs back! :(

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Have you tried using "quick time??????

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