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    Windows Media Player in Windows Vista cannot accommodate more than 5 songs at a time

    I tried to play some songs in the Windows Media Player in Windows Vista System. I opened some songs in the player, but cannot play all on them. It plays only 5 songs and not more than that. Even if I create a playlist on more than 5 songs, it is not playing them. What might be the problem? Please, help me!



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    nikil kumar Array
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    Re: Windows Media Player in Windows Vista cannot accommodate more than 5 songs at a time

    Hello friend...

    If you want get solved this problem follow the steps given below...

    * click on start,click on run and type cmd on run and click ok

    *then a command prompt will be opened and run as administrator

    *then using cd command switch to the folder containing files

    *Then type the command 'attrib -s *.* /d /s' and click enter

    *then type exit and click enter

    *After this open your windows media player

    *click on tools and click on advanced

    *Then click on the restore media library.

    *then your problem gets resolved

    Hope this may help you...

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    kumar12337 Array
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    Re: Windows Media Player in Windows Vista cannot accommodate more than 5 songs at a time

    Hi dear friend........may be the windows media player in your PC gets corrupted.....so, simply restore the media player settings and solve the issue by following the below procedure

    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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