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I was adding new songs to my ilo mp3 player when i saw these files (for example, their names were like "V" or "IDEALLO". i didn't know what they were and they were not there before so i erased them. after i did, when i turned on my mp3 player all my songs were gone. on the screen it just said NO FILES. how do i get my music back?

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OK well you may be able to recover these file by using an Un-erase program.. Usually when "Windows" deletes something it doesn't actually "Delete" the entire file, no... usually it simply removes the first letter of the file name and replaces it with a non-displaying character.. Say File.MP3 would then be ?ile.MP3. So try one of the proggies here---> http://www.dirfile.com/freeware/unerase.htm Good Luck.

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/default.mspx

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