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Media Player 9.0 Version guestion

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Cheryl, Jan 16, 2003.

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  1. Cheryl

    Cheryl Thread Starter

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    I installed Media Player 9.0 version last night - which worked out fine. I have Windows XP. The problem was that while it was installing it - it also put in all audio files (like audio for money, etc.)

    How can I get those files out of Media Player so I just have the music files in that I want to listen to without deleting each and every one individually?

    I was also wondering that if I delete those files from Media Player - will they still exist so that when I go into Money, etc. I can listen to instructions?

    Also what is the difference between "deleting from playlist" and "deleting from library".

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  2. $teve

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    media players stock sample music is downloaded into "my docs"/"my music" folder.....if you dont want the clutter of it you can delete from there ,no problem.if you want to keep them just take them out of both playlist and library;)
     
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