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Hawsky

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Hello out there. I don't have a huge music library, but would like to simplify things when it's time to just listen or burn a CD. Most albums I have, the tracks are triple or quadrupled,and I've attempted to manually delete stuff but when I restart the computer nothing has changed. I'm sure someone has had this issue before me.
What a frustrating situation. Had this problem with XP as well. Not sure if this is a rookie move, or if it is a glitch in the program altogether.
Might be caused by uploading library multiple times, but there seems to be no easy cure. thanks for the help
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The Noodle

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When you delete songs are you deleting them from WMP or from explorer? One thing you could try is rebuilding your library, this will only help if there are no duplicates in explorer.

  • Tools ->
  • Advanced ->
  • Restore Media Library

On a side note iTunes has the option to remove duplicates.
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