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05-Nov-2006, 01:27 PM #1
How to force Media Player to scan for files
I have Windows XP Pro., sp2.

I use Windows Media Player 10 to listen to music files. I put all my files and folders in My Music. Media Player automatically adds albums (a folder and sub-folder, the sub-folder having the music files) to the library listed in Media Player.

But if I add a single file to an existing folder (album) it doesn't show up in the Media Player library. Is there a way to make it show up?

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05-Nov-2006, 02:35 PM #2
yes click on little tab under the top tabs go to options and adjust from there you can auto add or set up a folder for wmp to look for files in that one constantly
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