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Windows Media Center keeps skipping certain files everytime I sync.

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Does it tell you why the file was skipped? Normally this is because of two reasons. Either the file type is not supported or the file specifications ( name, location, extension, etc.) have changed so WMP cannot find the file to sync it.

I may help if I get more information.

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