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Media Player 10 won't search hdd for media files

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I am running Windows XP Prof. and Media Player 10 and just downloaded all my media I copied from another computer to the one I am currently using. When I go to the drive I have my media on and click on a song, it plays in media player fine. The problem I am having is that when I go to "search hard drives for media", it says "searching" and nothing happens. Is it because I have to much media? When I go to task manager, it says the program is still running. Anyone have any idea why I can't get it to add my media into the Media Player library?

It's fixed.

Edited by victoria_v23, 20 June 2005 - 11:17 PM.

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