|15 Sep 2013||#1|
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WMP - Can't Manage Libraries or Create Playlists
Installed a new hard drive and moved my media files to it. Now Windows Media Player won't let me organize libraries or create new playlists.
I reconfigured my libraries in explorer (removed old locations and add new ones). My media and existing playlists show up in WMP just fine. However, if I click organize->manage libraries and select anything but recorded tv (which does not appear in my explorer libraries), nothing happens. And if I attempt to create a new playlist, I receive an error.
Figuring the WMP database was corrupted, I went through the standard drill:
* Stop WMPNetworkSvc service
* Delete all files in %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player
* Start WMPNetworkSvc service
When I start WMP again, it happily reads all my libraries and rebuilds its database. However, I still can't organize libraries or create new playlists.
I'm out of guesses. Any ideas?
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