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acetken

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Whoops, sorry. I guess I wasn't clear. They still are .mp3 files. The problem is that when I try to delete one or whatever it says "Are you sure you want to delete this system file?" That and they're hidden. I can't untick hidden because they're system files. I'll try the safe mode thing though, thanks guys!
 

gajef

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Or use good old DOS :)

Open run and type cmd <ENTER>

now navigate to your mp3 directory and enter

attrib -r -s -h *.mp3

If that mp3 directory has subfolders enter
attrib -r -s -h /S *.mp3

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