This is probably a softball, but it is killing me trying to figure this out.
My new MP3 player uses windows media player, which is fine. The problem is Windows Media Player lists every piece of music that I have ever had on my computer no matter when I deleted it. My question is, is there a way to have it scan through and take out all of the dead links or is this a manual operation?
To remove all the tracks, open Windows Media Player and click on the Library tab. In the left hand side of the player window, click on All Music. This displays only your audio tracks.
Select one file in your music library, then use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+A to select all music files in your library. Tap the delete key and then leave the option to Delete from library only before clicking OK to remove the files from your music library.
Right click on Library, then add to library Make sure "add files previously deleted from library" is checked
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(edited by AWArulz on 6.6.07 1559) http://myspace.com/awarulz We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
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