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windows vista music link

By judgecb1300 ·
when i go-to start menu double click on the music button. is used to open my music for me but now is does nothing the other day my puppy walked across the keypad and did something to the computer i noticed it was in my favourites so i deleted that not realizing it also contained the part of the link that takes you to your music i need to get it back so if anyone can help me i would really really appreciate it i have done a system restore thinking it will help but NADDA so guys and girls if you no what has happened please let me know
I have asked the puppy what buttons did she press all she does is give me kisses
i thought about uninstalling and reinstalling vista and my pc came with a pre-installed vista
is there a download fix that will allow me to fix the link

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Sounds like the music shortcut was deleted

by Slayer_ In reply to windows vista music link

However I do not have Vista, I cannot help any more than that.

I am interested to see the responses to this.

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restoration

by SKDTech In reply to Sounds like the music sho ...

Right click the link in your start menu and select properties. Go to the Location tab and click the "Restore Default" button. This should remedy the situation.

If not the address should read "C:\Users\username\Music".

Click Apply and then close the properties window and all should be well.

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Location tab isnt there

by onesykninja In reply to restoration

Man my x-gf has the same problem she moved her music though and thats what did it . I right click the crap out of the music link and it only has the general tab and I tried manualy editing that but it fails to work.

any ideas?

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Create a new shortcut

by seanferd In reply to Location tab isnt there

and enter the path to your Music folder.

I wouldn't know where to look for the icon file (if any) the Music link uses, so you may have a plain folder shortcut icon.

Drag it to the appropriate spot in the start menu.

Edit: Don't know if the Vista procedure is different, but to create a new shortcut
Right-click desktop > select New > select Shortcut. Edit the path in properties as described by SKDtech.

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