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License Problems with purchased music

I had to reinstall my operating system due to a virus. In the process Musicmatch would not work so I reinstalled it. Now, even through I can find my music scattered different places, it will not play because of license problems. It seems Musicmatch thinks I'm trying to play it on a different computer. Any fixes?

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That means you will have to sync your devicce in oder to play the songs on the device..what you will have to do is to transfer one new track that you download to your device...then once you finish transfer it the tracks, it should update every single tracks on the device...if that doesnt solve the problem you are having..what you will have to do is to format the player using windows media player then once you format it transfer the tracks over and the should be playing...
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All your data/music are store on your Hard Drive (HD). If you got your old hard drive back, you should able to see all your files. Changing your mainboard doesn't effect what you saved on your HD (pictures, music.....) .

As for the icon for your music, you can dowload and reinstall muscimatch, then all your icon will reappear as you saw them before. With any windows system, certain file are assosciated with certain file. ie word document will have a ".doc" file extentsion. Wonce you reinstall Musicmatch, musicmatch will be your deault player thus having your old icons back.

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