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My 14 year old Daughter recorded a song "Frozen" about a year ago for me on my Magix 2005 and I saved it. When I went to show her a tune I made up on Magix, her song somehow disappeared or overwritten or something....all it says now is "Cannot Find File 'C:\Magix\mm2005_deluxe\HDP\frozen1000000.HDP".. The next day after she recorded the song she died in an auto accident so as you can imagine it really means alot to me to try to get it back....Thank You.

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As I am not sure of your level of expertise (or lack thereof) I will assume you know what a "Search" on your computer is. Have you tried this? You can also send an email on the Magix website, but you will have to register for support.

http://www.magix.com/us/support/support/product-support/

I will add you to my prayers today. I can only guess what it is like to lose a child.

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Try searching your computer for the file name "frozen1000000.HDP". It may be that it was just moved to another location so when Magix looks for it in 'C:\Magix\mm2005_deluxe\HDP\' it cannot find it.

I'm not sure what version of Windows you are on, but you should be able to click the Start button then Search from the menu on most versions. If Windows XP, choose "All Files and folders" from the left-hand side once Search opens and type in the file name in the top field "All or part of the file name".

Do you backup your computer? If so, you might be able to recover the file from backup. If not I would start backing up your files ASAP!! That way if you lose a file in the future, you can recover it.

Hope this helps. : )

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