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Creating playlist using DMM

I have broadband using a BTHome Hub connected to my PC by ethernet cable (PC does not have wireless facility). Set up DMM using option 3 - "Music Centre to Wired Network". The MC ethernet cable is connected to the hub as per step 8. The MC is recognised and I can set up a new playlist, name it, and drag and drop to form the content. The new playlist appears on the HD screen while the Centre is connected to the PC, but disappears when I disconnect and return the MC to its usual position. Why is the new playlist not being saved on the HD? I must be missing something.

Thanks if you can help.

Iain Brown.

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Re: Creating playlist using DMM

Sounds like you are switching off before mc has finished save, best software for transfwr etc can be found at, this is much easier than dmm and can upload tracks back to pc.

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