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Windows 7: My Music tied with OneNote Notebook

27 Jan 2017   #1

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My Music tied with OneNote Notebook

I am puzzled as to why My Music (in my Music Libary) is showing a path of: C:\Users\My Name\OneNote Notebooks. I have never used OneNote Notebooks and the past few months it's been there. I uninstalled OneNote Notebook and no longer had My Music either (it was backed up). So I had to reinstall OneNotes Notebook in order to have my Music back. Crazy. I can't figure out what happened that OneNote is even involved in My Music folder destination. It's like it just decided to take over My Music. I'm looking for how I can untangle the two. I use Windows 7 desktop. Any suggestions?

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