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Musicmatch PLEASE HELP!! :-( I had lots of songs ready to burn saved in my musicmatch juke, Plus in my music file....Well for some reason had puter problems and took it to have fixed n cost me plenty! He told me he would have to put in a mainboard, but assured me he could still keep all my music and pictures..Well needless to say all my pictures are gone :-( And i can do a search and see some of my music but cannot retrieve them i find in default or broken line..Plus when he took out my harddrive to try in another puter i seen all my files come up so thats how i guess he decided it wasn't my harddrive, but my music always had a musicmatch icon, and when he put my harddrive to the test on the other computer he had there it turned my icons to music notes!?? That are now showing up on my computer with music notes instead of musicmatch icons!? Sorry guys i don't know much about computers and know one here to help, My music,Lables and pictures is what was most important to me and gave me much pleasure, Now i have none and going through some hard times i am lost without them, Please!! can someone help me figure out how i can get my music back? PLEASE!!!! Thanks so much. Linda

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  • lostlove May 10, 2008

    HellaNice, Thanks so much for trying, I just don't know much about computers to do this... But i so much appreciated your trying to help me...There are a few things that are not working the same or even working!! Since he worked on puter....I've been tryin for days to try n figure out different things thats not not same, but just can't get it and don't want to take the chance and screw the puter up again knowing me!! He did say something about the songs n pics could have been overwritten :-( HellaNice was great!!! Thanks :-) It was me that did not understand!!!

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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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  • Dung Nguyen May 12, 2008

    your welcome, let me know if i can help with anything else

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