Re: WMP 11- Two copies of each song when ripping
Good. Just wanted to warn you before tragedy.
"chriscl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for the help. I have it set so deleting from the library does not
> delete the file. When I rip from a CD I just delete one of the copies and
> everything is OK. When I transferred all of my music from my old computer
> through the USB transfer cables, I only got two copies of some of the
> Again, I just deleted one of the files, so the library only has one to
> and everything is OK.
> "." wrote:
>> Be very carefull deleting from the library. WMP is set by default to
>> the file as well. See Tools - Options - somewhere
>> "Powell" <Powell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Hi Chris:
>> > I don't know if I can give you a correct answer but this is what I
>> > found.
>> > When I copy music from disks I had made previously, they open in my
>> > unknown
>> > folder because, even though these disks were made on XP, the WMP won't
>> > read
>> > the data. From there, I put them in Shared and Public because, even
>> > though
>> > I
>> > have two Vista books I still can't figure out which folder is used for
>> > my
>> > P2P
>> > sharing, and lo and behold, I now have 3 copies in my library. I
>> > suspect
>> > you
>> > can delete one of the copies but, I'd burn it to an RW disk just in
>> > case.
>> > Not
>> > much help but you have my sympathy. Why'd they have to screw up a
>> > perfectly
>> > good music file system.
>> > PBL
>> > "chriscl" wrote:
>> >> When I rip a CD, there are two copies of each song in the library of
>> >> WMP
>> >> 11.
>> >> Anyone have this problem or found a solution?
>> >> --
>> >> chriscl