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I had taken ownership of the top level folder only. WMP11 was so much easier. If you have a more complicated folder structure like a\b\c\a\b\c\a\b\c\… then you have to change the batch file like this: :loop ren a y move y\b\c\a . When Do WMDB Errors Occur?

eye thankyou for this help dzontra volta Thank you for your help. Click Yes. Is this a related problem, or something different? Reply Onno says: October 16, 2010 at 9:50 pm In my Windows 7 installation, Windows 7 keeps those files locked to…prevent deletion.

Exact location for vista for those who are confused. To start, by Click the Windows Start Menu Orb and Type services.msc in the search box. Comment #94 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating Excellent!

another one delete the file (under the user location: CurrentDatabase_59R.wmdb) and all is clean. Register now! Thanks, Login to post comments I believe it is safe Mon, 2010-03-08 17:32 by admin I just looked through the code of the web page and could not find anything Comment #21 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating Didn't change anything.

Then run the Unbuntu program, which offers the option of using the operating system as a demo directly from the CD without an installation or change to the computer settings. Help Help. I have been searching for months trying to figure out why my media sharing wasn't working. Reply Moleymole says: May 24, 2008 at 9:42 pm Thanks this worked This morning Windows Media Player froze so I stopped the active process with Task Manager instead of closing the

Also, be extremely careful. Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Email me when someone adds a comment here. the lists I've been playing over 8 years time and they are like hundreds of them. Login to post comments I had the same problem, I Thu, 2008-08-28 08:37 by Jane Fox I had the same problem, I studied the way of using all these commands for Logan Young Very simple, but were it not for this guide, I wouldn't have found it. I deleted the entire Media Player Folder - same result. Apply and OK. Comment #182 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating It's close.

Put the batch file next to the topmost offending folder and run it like this: Open a command line window in the folder where the uppermost problem folder and your batch hadi exellent , good job. CHKDSK forced my drive to dismount. In Windows XP Home Edition there is no "Security" tab, but if you boot your computer into safe mode and log on as Administrator, you will get the "Security" tab.

I decided that I should try and delete this directory, but none of the following worked: 1. You should allow some time after shuting down mp10 for the db to close properly. Best wishes TsVk! I then noticed something I missed before.

Why does it happen so often? Using the command prompt, I managed to delete the folders that I had emptied out already, but there were even MORE problems after this. Also, it is strange that the folder and videos would not show up in Media Player but would in Media Center.

Check the boxes of the categories you want to clean and click OK.

you don't need the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service to build a library because I've it disabled. 3. At least one of these album folders had folders inside of them which were TOTALLY invisible. If you use the same setup I used, It should only take 15 minutes or so. Login to post comments delete if that file or folder is restored from Image (Acronis) Wed, 2009-07-01 15:21 by cnksoft What if a file or file is restored from image after

Totally helped me when the Microsoft support site was giving me a run around! Caution: Unless you an advanced PC user, we DO NOT recommend editing the Windows registry manually. The Windows Update dialog box will appear. Comment #144 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating couldn't find "Documents and Settings" Comment #145 (Posted by Unknown) Rating #15 really works Comment #146 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating Yes