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My computer is viping out my files automatically
  

I have dell laptop with Windows 7. I am facing a problem that when i added some music files to my media player and when i do this it would actually wipe out my music file , similarly when I add my photos from one album to different one it would disappear from its source . I tried to search them but they were deleted automatically . So please help me to stop this and how can i regain my deleted photos.

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Re: My computer is viping out my files automatically

I have dell laptop with Windows 7. I am facing a problem that when i added some music files to my media player and when i do this it would actually wipe out my music file , similarly when I add my photos from one album to different one it would disappear from its source . I tried to search them but they were deleted automatically . So please help me to stop this and how can i regain my deleted photos.
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