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They only go through the same process that WMP12 did when I tried to add entire mp3 folder to library...they spend 1-3 hours loading artist/album info, only to choke, gag and Tuesday, September 08, 2009 12:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I solved it this way: 1. Worked for me and far less drastic than messing with the registry, reloading Windows or WMP. The folder will open up in Windows Explorer. - In this folder, rename the Media Player folder to something like Media Player old . http://osuweb.net/media-player/windows-media-player-12-library-error-please-help.php

Reply With Quote 12th November 2009,01:54 #5 y0himba Beginner Join Date Aug 2008 Location In a house. you don't need the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service to build a library because I've it disabled. 3. Your windows library will be updated. Your fix worked perfectly, clearing up my deleted files and finding the new ones.

Windows Media Player Won't Update Library

Love such stuck ups though Provide for a nice challenge to find a way around them Reply With Quote 11th November 2009,20:59 #4 sp00kie New Member Join Date Nov 2009 Posts January 6, 2010 LAVAnICE Thankyou, far more useful than microsoft website. Saturday, November 28, 2009 1:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello all. The database is then used to build the libraries that are displayed.

Article Windows Media Player 12: What Audio Format is Best For Ripping CDs? when i got rid of the files in the folder media player refused to rebuild them but i just deleted the folder entirely and now everything is running great Thank you But, your fix worked fine, even if the path to the WMP files wasn't exactly correct in Windows 7, but I knew where to find it. Windows Media Player Library Not Adding Files December 19, 2009 rob f thanks a whole lot, what causes this December 23, 2009 STEVE PERRY OK I think I have a new problem but similar… I couldn't add new

ECHO Please wait until Windows Media Player has finished before continuing. April 19, 2010 Ben THANKS YOU, works AMAZING with Windows 7 :) April 22, 2010 IanSolo Thnaks you so much i was abut to reformat my whole windows because WMP12 is So right click on the folder you want to have in the WMP library and click Take Ownership. https://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/windows-7/how-to-rebuild-your-windows-media-player-12-library/ January 3, 2011 Jvnior Thank you so much dude!

because i dont have a cd drive i have to add music files with a USB flash drive. Windows 10 Media Player Library Not Updating this fix did not work for me…. View all posts by Steve Krause → Don't Miss a Single Tip! The step by step guide worked great.

Rebuild Windows Media Player Library Windows 10

Was able to delete the unwanted songs from the library. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-media-player-12-not-updating-library-370225/ I was having so many problems until I came across this advice!: 1. Windows Media Player Won't Update Library It is really irritating I disable indexing of this library but the issue still exist, and my hard drive still working, all the time until I close WMP ;/ Hi, does Force Windows Media Player To Update Library Organize -> Manage Libraries -> Music / Videos / Pictures / Recorded TV Here I removed everything so that Media Player monitores NO folders EXCEPT my own Music folder where my

Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk Edited by Tim De Baets Saturday, March 10, 2012 3:09 PM Saturday, March 10, 2012 3:08 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Did you get redirected here Saturday, November 07, 2009 12:18 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am having problems getting my mp3 collection loaded into WMP 12 with Windows 7 Home Premium I have tried everything and my library still dies and disappears. I deleted the entire Media Player Folder - same result. Refresh Windows Media Player Library Windows 10

Though I had to stop the service twice. I then get a list but there are no .wmbd files. The database was created because the files that were originally deleted were re-created and their size increased dramatically (198MB) but eh contents never shows in WMP12. http://osuweb.net/media-player/media-player-doesn-t-recognize-media.php PAUSE NET STOP "Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service" TIMEOUT 2 DEL "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player\*.wmdb" TIMEOUT 2 ECHO Rebuilding Media Database.

To fix it, the easiest thing to do is just to erase your old library files… and have WMP find your new files. Update Windows Media Player Library Automatically As I understand it, WMP scans your files for any changes and updates the library automatically if you have selected that option. January 13, 2011 SilentSeven You rock.

I just couldn't get my music to play in Windows Media Player after it became corrupted.

Reply Bighollander June 24, 2012 at 10:03 am # to be quite honest, I am very computer illiterate. Of course, I stopped all sharing services and then I removed them using the remove button, but they are always there when I restart WMP12. This is starting to drive me nuts...However.. Refresh Media Player Library Android Just to add in my 'guess what, it's happening to me too' comment....

Saeed Aquib Ahmed thank you vry vry vry vry vry much…. Does it update the library for you? I love you guys… i've been having this problem for like a whole freaking year….. my review here Thank you!

Thats all.. Also, it helps with media sharing on a PS3 when you get the DLNA error from too many songs. Neat June 21, 2008 Ken This didn't work for me, any suggestions on where to go next? it helped a lot keep up the great work.

It was probably a result of my efforts to clean up and reorganise the data on my drive, but I fail to see why there's no refresh option in WMP nor just if anyone is wondering :) January 23, 2010 Dante Thanks mate you save my ass. I found a website that provided a bunch of good info for the fix. thank you!

will be uninstalling WMP and installing iTunes. Worked like a charm, and I didn't back anything up either. And it kept all my ratings too! Close Microsoft Media Player for at least 30 seconds 2.

I wanted to pop in a bunch of music i d/l onto my SD card. My playlists were refusing to open 2. Delete all the "Windows Media Library (.wmdb)" types of file inside that folder. 4. Out of all the problems I've had with my computer, this one really set me off the most and I really thought the worst!

http://www.tutorialnut.com/ Phil Great, thanks.