NO The Library is stored in documents and settings, local settings, application data which is a hidden folder so to view you will need to open My Computer, click the Tools tab, click Folder Options click the view tab and scroll down to check show hidden files and folders. Click Apply and OK.
You will then see the folder application data. Open that and you will then find a folder Microsoft, open that and you will find another one Media Player. open that and you will see your library files, plus other files for media player.
So you will then end up here.
C:\Documents and Settings\Your name or whatever you sign in under.\Local Settings\Local settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player
The actual music is not there of course that is stored in your Music folder presumably.
Your playlist is separate from your library.
Does this help to explain it further
Delete/Repair the Windows Media Player Library
If you have moved your music around on your hard drives, Windows Media Player continues to add new entries into it's library instead of modifying the existing ones. This means that you will now have multiple entries for the same song, half of which will not work now because you have moved the files to their new location. To delete the current library and build a new one, do the following:
1. Close Windows Media Player, wait about 3 seconds for the database to close.
2. 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 Index
3. Delete the "wmplibrary....db" file here. This is not your actual music, only the database which Windows Media Player uses as a listing.
4. Start Windows Media Player
5. Hit "F3" and enter the location where you have moved your music to. If it is on muliple drives, check "All Drives". Let it finish.
Tha above as you will see is actually about a slightly different issue but it does I think answer your questions.
Edited by Macboatmaster, 02 August 2011 - 01:53 PM.