2012年1月27日 下午 05:05
Win7 Ultimate SP1-32 bit
Media player 12
I have my ripped music on a NAS shared file mapped to "O". I do this so the systems in the house can access the library.
On one Win7 system, the tracks are duplicated for all songs and if I play the album, each song plays twice.
Every other system (both Win7 (32 & 64) and WinXP Pro SP3) media players see the "O" drive without duplicate tracks.
I did manually go through each album and "delete" the duplicate tracks; but if I add an album or just open this one Win7 system, I get the duplicates back
Any thoughts appreciated on how to get rid of this track duplication.
- 已編輯 JohnLenz 2012年1月27日 下午 05:05
2012年1月28日 下午 02:44
In WMP's library, please click Organize, and select Manage libraries - Music . What locations are listed there? Same question for the other libraries (Videos, Pictures, Recorded TV).
I also suggest that you try resetting the media library. First note that resetting the library will make you lose all current play counts, and possibly ratings too. Then, follow these steps:
- Reboot the PC.
- Go to Start, type services.msc in the Search field, and press Enter. In Services, find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service. If its status is Started, double-click the service and click Stop.
- Go to Start, type %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft in the Search field, and press Enter. This folder will open up in Windows Explorer.
- In this folder, delete the Media Player folder. If you can't see the folder, then it's probably hidden. Set Explorer to show hidden files and folders, and to show protected system files.
- Start WMP, your library will have been reset and will be rebuilt.
Tim De Baets
- 已提議為解答 Revenimus 2012年10月1日 下午 08:58
2012年1月28日 下午 04:27
I will try on Monday and reply back
2012年1月30日 上午 03:37版主
2012年1月30日 下午 03:46
The system picked up both the mapped drive and the network drive; thus double map. I removed the network drive but did have to delete the folder. All is good now
- 已標示為解答 JohnLenz 2012年1月30日 下午 03:47
2012年5月1日 下午 07:42why don't MS fix this problem ? with all their technology it seems they could stop files from doubling!