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Corrupted PC library

I am unable to back up music onto my PC because windows informs me that my Music Library is corrupted and to run Microsort Jet engine 4 service pack 3 .
I've been onto the Microsoft site and downloaded this item but without any success. Still the message pops up
Can anyone give me a simple remedy apart from a complete re-install of Windows ?
Thanx

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    Creative Source music library is corrupted and will not work. Help

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