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I have accidently deleted the 'Recently imported' part of my itunes and want to know how i can get it back on. its a nightmare having to go to the Music file and drag each individual song into the file. I though when i updated itunes it would automatically put it back on but it hasn't. HELP!!

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Use any data recovery software and recover that deleted file and use it.....

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