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Samsung YH925 - transfer music files from portable to PC

My samsung YH925 battery no longer holds any charge - so is useless as portable MP3. As all my original CDs are overseas - how can I transfer the music files from the portable back to my PC so I can put onto my new portable player (not a samsung)? I can see how to transfer recorded files but not music files

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