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Due to a computer virus-we scrubbed but saved my pics and music. Now the music will not play on the media player saying I do not have a license. When I go to the site to download a license I get a window saying I already have a license. Something went wrong???

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You've "bumped' into DRM (Digital Rights Management).
There were some "licenses" for your music stored on your old disk-drive. You need to "export" the licenses, and then "import" them.

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