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Wmp10 No "wmplibrary...db" File


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#1 fleamour

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 10:06 AM

Hi

My WMP10 will not play any auto playlists. I also noticed when trying to delete the WMP library there is no "wmplibrary...db" file in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Index. I have tried rolling back and reinstalling WMP10.

Anyone come across this before?
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 12:25 PM

Is it possible that you have "protected content" in your playlist? They're getting really touchy about that.

And from MS:

In the event that you may want to roll back to Windows Media Player for Windows XP at a later date, we recommend that you upgrade the Digital Rights Management (DRM) security components in the Player before running Setup for Windows Media Player 10.

If you didn't upgrade the DRM security components in Windows Media Player for Windows XP, and then install Windows Media Player 10, you will not be able to play your licensed files after rolling back Windows Media Player 10 to Windows Media Player for Windows XP.






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