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Cannot Delete Files From Windows Media Player Windows 7


I've restored the file, deleted it from WMP, no luck. I use this trick when they don't. Sign in 5 Loading... If I closed and reopened WMP the files were gone and the folder displayed only some old corrupted files I removed ages ago. weblink

I had the mediaplayer library information problem on Windsows 7 and Now it is fixed.. I've been struggling with this hangup partially caused by having Itunes installed as well as WMP. I hope by doing as i said you can solve your problem. So I deleted the playlist from WMP. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/i-cannot-delete-certain-files-from-windows-media/f0bd438c-6ac0-4b7f-aea4-f1a3c11f8160

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So what's the deal? As well as rebuilding WMP, I decided to clear out my MP3 player, a Samsung YP-P3, using the player's own Format command. Loading... Now it's Find the samples folder, ctrl+a, hit the delete key, Kalimba still there.

  1. lv u July 30, 2010 Timboi 12 `thanks soooo much.
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  3. Ive been trying to figure this out for awhile, thanks again!
  4. after searching and rebooting i havent found why i could not save music but now wow just wow u saved me !!!
  5. plz help…thank you Btw i'm on xp sp3 home edition February 28, 2010 Patrick You sir, have saved my day.
  6. I've tried ending processes, but no go.
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  8. I have been going through the fixes, tricks, and tweaks for about a week.
  9. January 10, 2009 Wibblewobbles Thanks a million.
  10. I was having so many problems until I came across this advice!: 1.

Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... September 8, 2007 Jerome You guys should really check out that website too if you're looking for help. My Windows Media Player was showing files that had been deleted and I was ready to throw my computer out the window!! A: Check the icons in the system tray.

Thanks a million. I'd been tearing my hair out for hours trying to work this problem out. Boo Yah Reply Moses October 29, 2010 at 12:06 pm # This was EXACTLY what I needed to know, thank you for the clear and concise directions! But cannot wait to get back to wmp11.

You method fixed everything! Thank you! When I right click there is no properties, when I click on open file location nothing happens. Not sure why WMP didn't work properly but it behaved badly right from the start.

Delete Windows Media Player Library

June 28, 2009 Rick AWESOME!!

Option 1 worked for me! :D karin de groot says November 9, 2014 at 7:59 am thnx, was driving me nuts. Reset Windows Media Player Library Windows 7 Makes me want to switch to Linux badly November 23, 2010 Carol I use WMP12 and it seems that no VOB music videos can be added to library, all other formats April 8, 2010 Moshe Thanks!

How do I fix this? http://skimwp.org/windows-media/cannot-delete-files-from-windows-media-player-12.php July 24, 2007 William Thanks so much Ive had this problem for a few days now July 26, 2007 Matt It worked for me! It is one of the programs in our Freeware DB and one I personally recommended and use myself. i cannot drag my music onto any WMP windows either.

My problem now is that when I restart my computer, WMP is empty and has to add all my music all over again. Have a nice day....................... Reply Mark April 2, 2013 at 5:53 pm # Could not "browse" my way to %USERNAME%\ because it does not exist on my machine. check over here You are my new hero, Thank you!

Upon re-launching media player your WMP should rebuild this folder with the defaults. Hi, Dear friend To get the resolution for the above problem ..... Changed the folder it uses to look for music, nil.

October 31, 2009 Ryan Also had this problem with Windows 7 WMP12, i could not add mp3 files lots of corrupt deleted mp3 files still showed in WMP12 that could not

How to Make Your PlayStation 4 or Xbox One Faster (By Adding an SSD) Follow @howtogeek More Articles You Might Like ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy Hello friend, I have the solution for your problem just do as i say........................... 1.Firstly make sure that songs are in your system. 2.If you delete them first in your system. Latest version:1.0 License:Shareware OS:Windows 7 Total downloads:304,800 Rank:9 in Other System Tools Download It Share with friends New features is coming 1. April 15, 2009 Paul Thank you!!

Worked on Windows 7. @Chris you can also drag and drop files onto WMP which is much faster. I'd advise moving all of these files to another directory somewhere else, but you could also delete them if you were daring enough. it worked perfectly in no time. this content now i have no way to listen to my music March 8, 2011 sunshine Thanx a lot buddy!!

Please try the request again. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Why What is the fix? The instructions were so simple to follow and it worked!!

The time now is 12:08 AM. But i decided i wanted to listen to my music on laptop rather than slacker, and i was frustrated yet again. cuz if i want to listen to a certain album i have to select the songs from this huge list and then let it play only those. i just had a fresh install of my win7 copy and after firing up the media player, i instantly deleted those sample files on my hard drive (those 3 songs that

Can I now delt the files that I backed up from %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player\ March 17, 2011 djwalsh Perfect solution! Didn't understand the explorer window bit (%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player\) - i just found the folder in explorer and did what you said. Reply Noah June 5, 2014 at 10:04 pm # Nevertheless it is difficult to make the right decisions when downloading free music online. Media player will say there are no files in the library, just import in like you were starting Media Player for the first time.

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