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If you have Windows Media Player started, close it so the library file won't be in use.
*Navigate to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Index with Windows Explorer or using My Computer.
*Locate the wmlibrary...db file.
If you erase that your library will be deleted. If you want to create a new one, pointed to a location where your playble files are (elsewhere)
*Start Windows Media Player and hit F3 once it has started up.
*Enter the location that you music is and Windows Media Player will create a new library.
if you do not see the application data folder
go to in explorer, Tools>View> check "Show hidden files and folders"
this would help you
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