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Windows Media Player started up, played the file and also started populating the library with all my music files I have done the same with the Public directory for files I share with my wife:- C:\Users\Public\Music I mucked around with the Home Group stuff for a while last night without much joy, but it looks like the Symbolic link may have done the trick.
so I put a 1TB drive in the Media Center and am now using that as the share. Ramping up the storage in my Media Center has still turned out to be the best option - for the simple reason that I can also run Carbonite in the background and sleep a little better.
Makes using the laptops in the kitchen and bedroom as extenders easier too. If the source isn't indexed WMC fusses at you and refuses to add it as a source.
To start, Click the Windows Start Menu Orb and Type in the search box. From the Services window find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service. A small dialog box may temporarily appear while the process is stopping.
Keep the Services window open; we’ll need it again, later on, to re-enable this service after we first eliminate a few files.
Your i Tunes library is a database that i Tunes uses to organize your media.
It's made up of all of the music and other content that you add to i Tunes.
I recently upgraded my Media Center PC from XP MCE to the Windows 7 RC to make sure there wouldn't be any problems.
Well, in addition to updating the software, I figured I'd implement my plan to use a share on my NAS (mapped to a drive letter for my convenience) to house my library as that made synchronization/backups/etc. Especially since I've added a couple other MCE computers around the house...
But, with these simple steps, you can rebuild your music library in just a few clicks.