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#1 St_Anger

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Posted 25 April 2005 - 12:15 PM

OK, i downloaded Microsoft AntiSpyware a couple of days ago and I ran a scan. It picked up loads of things.OK, so that part is good. However, it detected some files that i downloaded from Kazaa, along time ago. OK, not some files, about 400 or so. The majority of them were songs. MS AntiSpyware quarantined Kazaa and all of my songs. I could still listen to them in iTunes, so that was ok. I then un-quarantined kazaa because i thought i might accidently delete it and everything was still ok.

And now today iTunes cant locate any of my songs, and the kazaa folder has now disappeared. It hasn't gone into my recycle bin, because for some reason anything that i delete NEVER goes into my recycle bin, and if anyone could help me with that, i would be very grateful. Is there anyway i can get my songs back? Thanks in advance for any help. :thumbsup:

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Posted 25 April 2005 - 08:34 PM

MS Antispyware quarantined Kazaa because it's infected. About half of the files from Kazaa are infected. MS Antispyware is just doing its job.

Wired News article

Cnet news article

I recommend that you permanently remove Kazaa from your system.

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 12:50 PM

OK, i will remove Kazaa, i hear it can cause alot of problems. So, is there anyway i can get more songs back?




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