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Windows Media Player Library bug?

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Hello everyone,

I'm currently having problems with trying to remove items from a autoplaylist in Windows Media Player 10.
The current playlist in question is items that I have not rated. Settings being item = Unrated. When I choose to "remove" the item from the playlist when I refresh the playlist it comes back. When I choose to delete the item from library, same thing. If I choose to delete the item from library and the actual file I get this error "Cannot delete file: Cannot read from the source file or disk."

This is truly just a minor problem since I can just ignore it, but it still is a bit annoying. So I would like to know if its a known bug and if I can fix it.

Thanks in advance for any advice any of you can think of.
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