Question about Eclipse CLD2 MP3 Player
Open the "recycle bin", usually on the desktop. Select the recycle bin icon on your desktop, right-click the icon and click open. Find your folder in the list then right-click it then click "restore". Your folder will be restored to its original location and should be available to you with all files within the folder intact.
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