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This solved all my problems streaming to my 360. If you can't find the service then you can probably just proceed to the next step.Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk Sunday, June 23, 2013 7:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in Too late on this one though, I had already switched to Winamp for music and find it nuch more friendly than the geekanese WMP. It did start searching for media on the PC automatically, and the Library list started rebuilding, but that was fine with her, since the goal was to just get rid of http://skimwp.org/windows-media/cannot-delete-from-windows-media-player-library.php

Have now added your site as a Favourite. I was about ready to destroy my whole WMP12 because it would not remove files I had deleted from library. it got rid of the bad files and my music and wanted videos still there. You're so friend!

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SUCCESS!! It won't list others. April 5, 2011 Chris Good fix, not what I was looking for but good fix. Get downloadable ebooks for free!

April 2, 2010 Renee Thanks a bunch. Delete Windows Media Player Library XD August 30, 2011 Jared Thanks so much Asagron that worked perfectly September 15, 2011 Khrys THANK YOU!!! Now onto the files listing\organisation. I don't want to use another media player because WMP is pretty much the only GOOD one out there.

March 5, 2011 Tiff thanks allot man. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Thanks! Sign in to make your opinion count.

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February 11, 2011 Metalliot How do you restard Windows Media Player on Windows 7? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/cannot-delete-files-from-windows-media-library-526465/ Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Reset Windows Media Player Library Windows 7 Now, they are finally gone and my music files are there! How To Delete Windows Media Player Windows 7 I have a Creative Zen, and accidentally deleted the majority of my music in my computer library via it's software (Creative Centrale) For the last few weeks all I've had in

I thought I was losing the plot. check my blog And it only took a few seconds!!! Since my library got corrupt (anyone know how this happens?), the zune software acted dumb. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Winamp

July 27, 2007 Matt I thought it worked, but then I restarted my computer and the same problem was back! thank you! If you don't want to library to rebuild, you will have to right-click the list "Music", "Videos", "Pictures" options on the left pane from the library view, select "Manage library", and remove this content Enter Your Email Here to Get Access for Free:

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Thank you very much July 24, 2009 Diana Thank you soooo much! Then I stumbled onto your post. Thursday, December 16, 2010 4:37 AM Reply | Quote All replies 2 Sign in to vote Unfortunately, such 'ghost' songs are a common problem in WMP 12, and you can only

will be uninstalling WMP and installing iTunes.

  1. Mark, thanks for the reply.
  2. I was having so many problems until I came across this advice!: 1.
  3. Dump all your music files into a new directory created in your root drive. (C:\New folder) Do not drag files with their directory, just the files only.
  4. August 13, 2010 Nate Thanks a bunch for writing this.
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  6. Un-freakin' believable.
  7. December 5, 2009 jasper i cant add labels, my library is one big list.

June 28, 2009 Rick AWESOME!! thanks! Another site suggested removing System attribute from directories. You method fixed everything!

Once I found your article, my problem was solved in 20 minutes. Although your new music files are now not organised in nice album folders, In Windows Media Player they be arranged accordingly using ID3 tags. Every time I try to make & save a playlist, it never works - I get the message: "Windows Media Player encountered a problem while creating or saving the playlist." After have a peek at these guys I didn't want to have to start using WinAmp!

none worked to fix my problem. I was getting to the point of breaking my keyboard I was so angry. Once MP11 rebuilt my library, the problem returned. Press "Delete".

Looking through the files in the %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Media Player\ I found a very large file named "CurrentDatabase####". NOTE: These steps will delete files, so you should make a backup of any of these files before you do this, especially if you have purchased music via one of the Now if I want to add music to my library, I simply browse to the folder and add the songs. February 6, 2009 adam god bless u.

December 7, 2007 Tempus Great fix, really appreciate your efforts :) Thanks so so much! Delete the "wmplibrary....db" file here. Much appreciated. July 25, 2009 BISHOP Marvellous.

Works a treat now… THANKS ! Finally, I found this and it did the trick. Thanks! i started backing up my data to re-format and it solved everything..

any help would be great! still dosent solve why media centre keeps crashing Monday, March 19, 2012 10:01 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote clintox: indeed, the WMP Network Sharing Service will automatically But now it all perfect and neat and can restore all my music!!! Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved

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If I closed and reopened WMP the files were gone and the folder displayed only some old corrupted files I removed ages ago. March 17, 2009 Suresh Good Advice. June 1, 2011 StevenX At the risk of being redundant - you rock. Published 07/10/07 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (213) Comments (213) July 21, 2007 Poam Thank you!