Now all you have to do is open up WMP 12 and watch your library rebuild itself.
(Warning – there are several Local MLS_*files, make sure to delete them all!
) (Note – The “*” stands for a random number, the numbers differ on each machine, so we can’t really tell exactly what the file is called.
To start, by Click the Windows Start Menu Orb and Type in the search box. From the Services window find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service. A small dialog box may temporarily appear while the process is being stopped.
Keep the Services window open, we’ll need it again later on to re-enable this service after we first delete a few files.
But, with these simple steps you can rebuild your music library in just a few clicks.
First of all make sure that Windows Media player is closed.
There are only a few files, though, you should find them easily).
You can now close the Explorer window and get back to the Services window.
If you have an Xbox 360 or a Windows Mobile phone, then your best bet on syncing all your music and media would be Windows Media Player 12.
Sadly enough you may have already encountered problems refreshing your library and keeping things tidy.
From the Services window, find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service again, but this time when Right-Clicking select Start.Yet again a small dialog box will temporarily appear while the process is being enabled.