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Windows 7: WMP12 shows 0 bytes file size


01 Feb 2010   #11

 
 

thx, already did so as i am impatient

btw having a lot of experience with Windows i keep several copies of my precious files (at home and online backup with my provider) - one never knows ...

meanwhile ..... after i rebuild my library and everything was okay again i still get duplicate files for example one i do the following:

1) download a zip from internet to d:\temp
2) next unzip directly to my d:\music folder
3) a voila again duplicate files eventhough there is only one file present physically

when i unzip to temp and next copy paste to music folder all is fine

strange .......

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26 Apr 2010   #12

 

Thanks for the tip!! This problem really bugged me, even though it wasn't a big issue!
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21 Mar 2011   #13

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WMP12 shows 0 bytes file size

Brilliant answer and it did help me. I had been trying every thing i could try, and this is the only thing that worked, thank you.
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