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Solved: Problem With My Music Folder Showing Folders As Thumbnails

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Holly3278, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. Holly3278

    Holly3278 Thread Starter

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    Hi everyone. I am having this problem with the My Music folder. I am using Windows XP Professional. Basically, whenever I select to view the folders as thumbnails, the title of the folder does not show up. This happened the other day. I think I hit some kind of key combination wrong or something and it caused it to do that. How do I fix it? :confused:
     
  2. devil_himself

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    Close My Music > Now hold Down "Shift" Key and Re-open My Music
     
  3. Tufenuf

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    Holly, Here's another solution which will correct the problem.

    If you have the view set to show Thumbnails do the following:
    Open the folder to see the Thumbnails.
    Hold the Shift key down and click on the View button and select Details.
    Remove your finger from the Shift key. You will now see the file names.
    Hold the Shift key down and click on the View button and select Thumbnails.
    You will now see Thumbnails with the file names under them.

    Tufenuf
     
  4. Holly3278

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    That fixed it! Thanks! (y)
     
  5. devil_himself

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    Glad We Could Help
     
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