WMCenter looks at Pictures, Video, Music folder and other folders that have
been selected in Library Setup. It may take some time after you choose or
deselect the folders in Library Setup before WMC removes the folders that you
donâ€™t want displayed.
Another thing you can try is Windows Media Player. I think that WMCenter
also shares the library of WMPlayer. Go to WMP > Library tab > more options >
Options/Library > Monitor Folders > select folders you don't want monitored
and add folders that you do want monitored.
After selecting this option it may take WMP and WMC a little bit of time to
rebuild their library.
....Right click is your very good friend...
> I tried that first; it didn't seem to change the photos it was pulling at
> It is pulling any photos from different drives on the PC and a lot of the
> photos are from folders that are not watched. For example, my MS Office
> clipart and the sample images in the Public Pictures directory (which is not