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Windows Media Center 2005 Can Not Find Files


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Chintapop

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Hi

My Windows Media Center 2005 Update Rollup 2 can not find the media (songs, videos) that I have. If I select the folder to add, it just doesn't add anything at all. Please help me add media to my player!

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Are you able to add them to Media Player? Is this a new problem, or were you able to add media previously?
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Yes, I can add them to Media Player 11. However, I can not add them to Media Center. I want to do this so I can link the files with my xBox 360.

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So if you enter the MCE interface on the PC and choose music, does anything show up at all? Also, is this a Dell by chance?
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It worked. Sorry for the probelms. I just had to move all my songs into the "My Music" folder and delete the old "Songs" folder.

Thank you
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Thank you


I really didn't do anything, but you're welcome. :)
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