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help with whats in my desktop folder


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hi people. i need help with my macbookpro that has osx loin on it.
the problem with it is when i open the desktop folder theres nothing in it(same with my documents but i going to delete the stuff in there anyways).
is there any way of getting the stuff that was in there back?
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