I recently purchased a new iMac to replace my late 2009 iMac. My iTunes library contains roughly 900 songs that were transferred to my new iMac via a Time Machine backup. Apparently, there are about 100 songs within my library that were purchased back in 2007-2008 with an old Apple ID that I used to have. I have absolutely no idea what the password is for that old ID. I can't retrieve the old password via any of Apple's normal means because I no longer receive email at that address. When I try to reset the password via the "security questions" route using my current e-mail address, it says that the birthday that I entered is not accurate (I know my own birthday for goodness sake!). Therefore, I'm stuck. I can only assume that Apple somehow disabled that old account. Even if I was willing to re-download the songs and pay for them a second time, the Apple store won't permit me to re-download them because it can tell that the songs are already on my iMac. Instead of seeing "$1.29" on the purchase button, the button simply says "Play". Then, when I hit "Play", the dialog box informs me that I'm not authorized to "Play" that particular song. This is really annoying. What can be done to resolve this problem?