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I been trying to get music which i already have the music, but under it i it has the wod no tracks.So what is the problem,what do i have to do

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If i am not mistaken that you might put the music not in the appropriate folder did you got to the folder ISO and to music? that's where your sopose to put the music. please vote for me cloud_foe:)

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