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Windows Media Player Error

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#1 Brenni


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Posted 04 June 2006 - 01:43 PM

One day... I got a database error when using my Windows Media player. I restarted and it searched for music again. Since then I have not had autoplaylist or ratings. I tried upgrade... made no difference. I tried reloading the music and I tried rolling back installation. Is there away to wipe it out and reload it? ANy other solutions? Is there a better media player that burns... Uses auto rating and creates auto play list... MAYBE something FREE!

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