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Published: Jan 25, 2006 Send your feedback Symptom After moving the media files to a different partition in the hard drive, or to an external hard drive, the existing Playlist may Right click in the left upper margin of the Media Player desktop. If you open the WPL in a notepad, you can do a simple find and replace... In the past, I have changed My Documents, My Pictures...ect.. http://flashcodehacks.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-encountered-a-problem-while-playing-the-file.html

Meh nevermind, I created a new playlist so it works again now. Sorry, I was thinking you needed to specify a default playlist location but it seems Windows Media Player but it seems it saves them to its own location. Similar Threads Re: Change default Playlist save location Ted Zieglar, Oct 5, 2005, in forum: Windows Media Player Replies: 0 Views: 718 Ted Zieglar Oct 5, 2005 playlist default save destination Last edited by Siddharth Rout; Mar 7th, 2010 at 03:21 AM.

Windows Media Player Playlist File Location

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that will do what you are trying to accomplish. edit , I just tried it and it does change the path. __________________ Have A Great Day .......Kenny........ 07-10-2011, 08:58 AM #5 wkw427 Gaming | TechHardware Tech Master Hatt Originally Posted by koolsid Nick, since it is a various playlist, are the songs from the same directory? My external drive just died.

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I am not sure if it will but I have recovered tons of data etc using this method both on "dead" or just plain drives that you cannot get data from General Discussion Update last modified time of shortcut when original file is modified?Assume I have a (log)file and (in another directory) a shortcut which points to this file. Windows Media Player Playlist File Location You can't measure "good" or "fast" « trying to use XP | Laptop crashed » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Windows Media Player Change Playlist Save Location The time now is 05:49 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of

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Links Winhelponline.com WinXPTutor.com The Winhelponline Blog Windows Media Player Playlist no longer works after moving the audio files to a different partition? Whenever I move the folder to another external hard drive (let's say from F: to J:) and then try to play the playlist, I get an error that my music can't Do you mean posting the file contents? have a peek here Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Mar 6th, 2010,06:04 PM #1 NickThissen View Profile View Forum

I've done this at least a half dozen times, and as long as you can pull a given playlist into a text editor with the paths clearly visible, it'll work (and It worked just fine for all the playlists, except for the 'various artists' playlist. Please consider giving me some rep points if I help you a lot.

Repeat previous steps as needed to manage folders for your Videos, Pictures and Live TV recordings.

It appears to me that the play-lists don't/aren't automatically update the links if the file location has changed. No, they are in various folders. A good exercise for the Heart is to bend down and help another up... Now, I simply copied all the music files + playlists from the external HDD to the new HDD.

If it was... Anyway, I would just like to ask if someone of you here wondered how to change the default path of %userprofile% or C:\Users to D:\Userprofiles or any drive letter except for The Windows Music Library Locations folder (WMP/File/Manage Libraries/Music) does not offer that option on the context menu. Check This Out How to Change a File Location in Windows Media Player Windows Media Player is a popular PC application that allows users to import and play MP3s, create playlists, rip CDs and

The Add button opens a file navigation window to allow you to select additional folders to include in your Windows Media Player libraries. WMP PlayLists MixedPlaylist.wpl Artist1.wpl Artist2.wpl The artist1.wpl is a playlist with all songs from the artist 1 folder, etc. Open the drive you want > User and dig down until you get to the WLM settings you may be able to copy / paste the material you want doing this.