The other possibility is that there are permissions granted to it - in order for it to be played. WMP11 was so much easier. Look for ANY setting such as "organize my files."" Here's the setting to look at -> Tools | Options | Media Library | Rename and rearrange musicMost will not want WMP Is there an error message? have a peek here
Now with version 11, you can no longer do that. Unless you've got playlist files elsewhere, you'll probably have to remake them from scratch, but at least WMP will work again. http://windows.microsoft.com/e.....1/navigate then hit tools > look for the option to "Apply Media Information Changes". Thread Status: Not open for further replies. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/wmp-11-library-has-suddenly-disappeared-038-i-cant-get-it-back
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Join our site today to ask your question. Check options, rip settings, location. i might suggest you try that and see how things go. Using "My Computer", navigate to the following folder:F (or whatever drive is appropriate for you):\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Index3.
I cannot think of anything else at this time that might be pertinent. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Remeber that default setting in WMP 11 to rename and .. Hence, I recommend that you submit a new question via MakeUseOf Answers. Your fix worked perfectly, clearing up my deleted files and finding the new ones.
Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Ripped files disappear from Windows Media Player https://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/windows-7/how-to-rebuild-your-windows-media-player-12-library/ It seems there was a registry corruption for some reason that created problems with media sharing and took out the library too. Windows Media Player Playlists Disappeared Windows 10 Reply emmanuel ojeikpo January 5, 2011 at 6:27 am # thanks forum,you guys are the bomb,i just got my music library back,thanks once more Reply MrGroove January 5, 2011 at 10:20 Windows Media Player Playlist Location 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!
it helped a lot keep up the great work. http://midsolutions.org/media-player/best-media-player-for-windows-xp.html Anyone with any info on how to recover this large file would be appreciated. We are sorry for the inconvenience.' It does the same thing if I try to sync a device such as an MP3 player, or connect my PS3 or Xbox360. The web site loading pace is incredible.
Thank you! It's a corruption of some sort in your media files folder. only 429 files.. http://midsolutions.org/media-player/windows-media-player-12.html At that point, I gave up and opened up iTunes and ripped and burned the CD through iTunes.
Let it finish.You're Done!All the old listings will now be gone, and you will only have the new accurate ones. Thanks again, very helpful. One solution I do have is to create another user on your computer and add your music files to the other user.........I feel however that at some point the new user
Thanks again. Learn how to contact gP at our contact page. A new window appears. But let’s hope that we can forget all about Media Player issues and other annoying problems once Service Pack 1 For Windows 7 is bought out to the public.
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No, create an account now. Then hit enter, and you're done.] After you do this, go to Windows Media Player, click on Library, and Add Music just like before. PAUSE NET STOP "Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service" TIMEOUT 2 DEL "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player\*.wmdb" TIMEOUT 2 ECHO Rebuilding Media Database. I am talking about places that required Media Player to be installed, not Itunes.What does this have to do with ripping a audio cd?
Click on the Monitor Folders button Ensure that the location where you store your music files is shown there. I also can't add or see anything in my library, that once had thousands of songs! Media sharing works again and the library is reloading right now. As well as rebuilding WMP, I decided to clear out my MP3 player, a Samsung YP-P3, using the player's own Format command.