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Windows 7: Windows Media Player 12 - Problems

01 Aug 2011   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
Windows Media Player 12 - Problems

I'm new to Windows 7 and I'd appreciate some help with Windows Media Player 12.
Problem 1:
I was experimenting with adding tracks to burn without actually completing the process of burning.
Now, whenever I logon, a balloon notification pops up saying I've two tracks to burn.
When I open WMP12, under 'Unknown' the two tracks are there.
These were certainly on the CD I was experimenting with.
However, when I right-click>Delete, they simply won't delete
Advice please?
Problem 2: maximising the WMP12 window? I've right-clicked the icon>Run as maximised etc
But it is simply not holding this command and always opens up in a small window, meaning I always have to maximise it
I'm clearly missing some tricks here, so could anyone advise?
Many thanks

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01 Aug 2011   #2

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7600

go to the files under unknown ,right click the open file location .try removing them from the root folder ,WMP just reads the root folders in the library,
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