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Music disappears from media player

At times a single, or part of an album, or full albums disappear from windows media player. Can you tell me how to find this music so I can reinstate it?
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  • sneakynev Apr 21, 2009

    Hi edisonfrelan, I can't remember all the song names to try your suggestion, however I did a "monitor files"and got a lot back. The only trouble with this is you get a lot of duplications and have to go through all your music and delete them, a hell of a job.
    Thanks for your help,
    Arthur Tully.


  • sneakynev Apr 26, 2009

    G'day,
    I have another problem you may be able to help me with. I have synced music to toshiba 1gb usbs in the past as I have a mp3 lighter player in my car. I had a bad virus called renos infect my computer and had to have it cleaned right out and reinstalled. Since then I have not been able to do this, the sync button does not light up. Can you help with this?
    Arthur Tully.


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Try the fast finder. Type the name of the song and let it  search by itself. If it find what you type then good for you because everything is intact and locate the folder where the file is located. thats it...

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