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Windows Media Player issues


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trokua

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So just randomly yesterday my Windows Media Player 11 decided to keep me from adding music to any playlists I had created, and any music that I ripped that day didn't show up in my library. And now today, when i went into my library it had all disappeared, and no matter what I do, I can't add any music to my library, nor see any of the old music I had.
I can see that the files themselves are fine, but I have 62 GB of music that I can't work with outside of iTunes, and I like my Windows Media Player, that's thow I rip my music!
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Draygoes

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Have you changed any settings in Windows Media Player before all this started?

I know that I have really messed up before when playing with WMP's settings, and simpy resetting them all fixed the problem.
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no, still no luck resetting to defaults
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