Updating windows media player library

NOTE: These steps will delete files, so you should make a backup of any of these files before you do this, especially if you have purchased music via one of the online music shops. The first thing you’ll need to do is go to Control Panel \ Administrative Tools \ Services for XP and look for the services that start with “Windows Media Player”.

(Make sure Media Player is closed too) Click the stop button for each and make sure that all of the services that start with “Windows Media Player” are stopped before you continue.

It is possible to force Windows Media Player to refresh media, this can be done by selecting "Apply media information changes" from the Organize menu.

If you’ve been experiencing the problem where you can’t add files to Windows Media Player’s library no matter what you do, then you probably have a corrupted database, and you’ll need to delete it and then re-add all of your media to the library.

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