Re: Songs won't play.
- From: Mike Williams <mikew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2006 10:58:25 +0100
I am using media player 10.
The error details says Windows media player cannot find the file. It may have been removed, renamed or deleted. Specify the file's new location, or select the check box to remove the file from the library. E:\my music
Now the other songs from this cd have a different path. Instead E it is C and these I can play. Could this be the problem? How can a CD be split between E & C? How do I change it to C?
Your post is a bit hard to follow, being out of context with the questions below, and no quotes around messages etc. Please try to answer the questions fully, and in context.
This was a brand new Dell..
"Mike Williams" <mikew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:44CE4F6B.8000204@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSindi wrote:I asked this question before but still don't have an answer. Searched the whole microsoft site and couldn't find an answer there also. I am wondering if I convert back to an older version (6) of media player that I had on my old computer if this would work.What version are you using now?
Why am I getting this message? This never happened on my old computer. I am getting it on most all (95%) my songs. All my playlists also give me this message.Right-click a file in red, and get the Error information for it.
"Windows Media Player cannot play the file. If the file is on another computer, verify that you are connected to the network. If you typed a path, verify that it is correct. If the problem persists, the server might not be available."
Then on the ones I am able to play there are some of the songs that are in red and they just won't play at all. It just skips to the next song from the album. Many times the one highlighted is not the one playing.
There are songs listed and albums which I never owned or borrowed and not even familiar with the music or the artists. Where could they have come from? I am the only person here to use the computer.Perhaps WMP has located soundfiles associated with programs on your computer? It's hard to know with so little information. If you told us the file path of the files on your computer, it may be very informative.
Never had any problems before I got this Dell. Everything played and what was highlighted was what was playing.Was this a new computer? Maybe a refurbished one with data left on it?
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