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New Wave Sound.Wav

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While viewing a file in Windows Explorer I must of accidently hit a key or something. When I looked up there was in the folder this file. New Wave Sound.Wav. I do know where this file belongs. I made a folder under C: and stored it there. Do you know where this file belongs so I can return it to its proper place. Thank you
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First try to play it. This file does not look like it has place in your system. It is new it could be created by you using software that you have on your system that records sound
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I opened the file in the folder I put it in. It looks like a sound recorder. I tried to playit, but instead I got a message with an explanation mark. The file C\New Wave Sound.Wav. has been changed.  Do you want to save thise changes.  I did not select anything, I tried to close the recorder (or whatever it is) and each time I try to close it the same message appears. It is sitting right now in  my tool bar.
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You can remove it. You can check it size and if is big there maybe some stuff that you recorded and need but if you don't need what you recorded then just remove
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