1. #1

    Windows Media Player missing tracks in Windows Vista

    I have some tracks in Windows Media Player in Windows Vista System. I see that some on the tracks which I opened in the Windows Media Player, got missed. I cannot find them. It is happening frequently. Please, anyone provide me the solution.

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    Support Array
    Join Date
    Apr 2012

    Re: Windows Media Player missing tracks in Windows Vista

    STEP 1: Click Start.
    STEP 2: Click All Programs >> Accessories.
    STEP 3: Right - Click on the Command Prompt.
    STEP 4: Select “Run as Administrator”.
    STEP 5: Using “cd” command switch to the folder containing the files.
    STEP 6: Type the command “attrib -s *.* /d /s”.
    STEP 7: Once done with this, open Windows Media Player.
    STEP 8: Click Tools >> Advanced.
    STEP 9: Click “Restore Media Library”, your problem is solved.
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  3. #3
    aditya807 Array
    Join Date
    Dec 2012

    Re: Windows Media Player missing tracks in Windows Vista


    To solve that problem you just need to try these steps....

    ===>Open Windows Media Player.

    Press Alt + T key combination to activate Tools Menu.

    Under the Tools select the Advanced option.

    Under the Advanced you will see the Restore Media library.

    Click on it and than click on Yes button into Opened message box.

    After doing so media library will restore and your problem will be solve.

    Try this i hope this will help you...

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    ozz Array
    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    Re: Windows Media Player missing tracks in Windows Vista


    it might have happened that the songs that you store in library are moved from one place to another.
    Go to media player and the organize.In that, go to libraries and add that drive in which, you store your all media.
    After doing this, media player will make and media update and all the songs will be at their right place.

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    kumar12337 Array
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: Windows Media Player missing tracks in Windows Vista

    hi my dear friend............to solve this issue simply restore your windows media player.......and for the process follow the given instructions

    first press the windows key + r combination from the keyboard

    then type in that regedit and press ENTER key and click YES

    then Expand the computer option from the left pane

    then expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

    under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE expand software

    under the software expand microsoft

    under the microsoft expand Active desktop

    then expand installed components

    after that choose {6BF52A52-394A-11d3-B153-00C04F79FAA6}

    then double click on the isIstalled option from the right pane

    and set the value 0 to 1......and then reboot your system

    after the login ..... go to start menu and click the windows media player.....and re-install it......ALL THE BEST

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