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Old 12 March 2005, 02:13 pm   #1
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Default MPC not added to library in WMP 10

Hi,

MPC files are playing fine using WMP v10 however they're not being added to the media library. I've tried many different methods but WMP just doesn't want to know. They appear in the 'Now Playing...' just fine.

Any ideas on how to get them to stay put?

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Old 12 March 2005, 05:23 pm   #2
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I should probably start using a different media player, shouldn't I? :? :shock:
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Old 12 March 2005, 06:04 pm   #3
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I can't explain why it happens. I know playback works with v10 and that's all I tested. And yes, foobar2000 is my suggested different media player.
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Old 13 March 2005, 10:22 pm   #4
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No worries. Downloaded Foobar2000 and am slowly weening myself away from evil Micro$oft products.

Linux here I come!

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