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Windows 7: One Music Folder will not open no matter what

28 Dec 2011   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

The problem may be the memory, because you said: "I have 700 songs".

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29 Dec 2011   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

The only thing i cannot do on that folder is Open it. I can cut it, Delete it, Change the permissions, etc. I've tried changing the permissions multiple times, taking in and out of Sharing, etc. It still does nothing.

Well, i did it wrong haha. I did it again and this time it moved perfectly fine. I put it inside my Documents folder instead of the Music Folder. In the Documents folder, i can open it perfectly fine. However if i move it back to the Music Folder, i once again cannot.

I am using Vipre Anti-virus and no i have not recently uninstalled any antivirus/malware software

I've noticed i can still open the Music Files by using a Media Player or Itunes or such. If i right click and open it in a music application that way, it will play.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Abstrat View Post
The problem may be the memory, because you said: "I have 700 songs".
Yeah, scratch that. I actually have 896 songs.
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29 Dec 2011   #13
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1

I might have missed it, but did you try 'open with' and select the program?
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08 Feb 2014   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x86

Hi Jadet6,

i think its due to the large size of it.. so try these steps and please tell whether it is helpful or not!

1 just create a new folder(N)
2.just cut & paste the 'old folder'(O) (ie,the error folder) you can open the new folder(N) created as well as the 'error' folder(O).
4. remember once you closed the window you may not able to open both the folder (N & O) once again.. so try step 5
5.not close the the opened error folder (O) ..just split the large folder(O) into two or more folders by cut & paste..

hope it will work:)
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