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Itunes after operating system reinstall

Itunes does not recognize the previously purchased items on my computer since reinstall & states this computer not authorized-please tell me I havn't lost all the money that I spent on Itunes before reinstall.

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If it says that you should be able to sign back in and have your account open to those songs. If not, conntact Apple, they have history of everything you've purchased and may be able to give you credit. Good luck.

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