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HELP! Vista Upgrade Locked Out "My Music" Folder

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Freeman Cooley

#1
Help Please!

I ugpraded Windows XP to Windows Vista Home Premium and now I cannot access:

My Music
My Pictures
My Videos

No matter what I do, I can't set the permissions right so I can get to my
files.

iTunes won't load because the "my music" folder won't open, and all my music
I paid for is locked out.

I've searched on the WEB and found lots of posts of people with the same
problem but no solution. This must be a bug.

Does anyone know how I can fix this?

Thanks
 

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#2
"Freeman Cooley" wrote

> Help Please!
>
> I ugpraded Windows XP to Windows Vista Home Premium and now I cannot
> access:
>
> My Music
> My Pictures
> My Videos
>
> No matter what I do, I can't set the permissions right so I can get to my
> files.
>
> iTunes won't load because the "my music" folder won't open, and all my
> music I paid for is locked out.
>
> I've searched on the WEB and found lots of posts of people with the same
> problem but no solution. This must be a bug.
>
> Does anyone know how I can fix this?



Click the Start Orb, type Music (or Pictures) in the search box at the
bottom. It will display the same as un underlined link at the top of that
column. Click on it. It will open a folder. Are your files there?

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Rock [MVP - User/Shell]
 

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Frank

#3
I upgraded to Vista, and now it appears all my music, including iTunes is gone.

Either that, or the location has been changed.

Does anyone have an answer?
 

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#4
"Frank" wrote

>I upgraded to Vista, and now it appears all my music, including iTunes is
>gone.
>
> Either that, or the location has been changed.
>
> Does anyone have an answer?


For the Start Orb type Music on the search box. Click on the link that
appears at the top. Does it open a folder with the music files?

--
Rock [MVP - User/Shell]
 

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