[OTHER] WMP11 Ripped Music Location is NULL (empty)

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  1. imgod22222

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    And it won't let me change it. Probably because if I were to click the 'change' button, it would open up a file tree to its existing location. However, since the location is null (and empty) the change button is unresponsive. Any ideas?
     
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    I have WMP12 one this computer so yeah, the terms might be a little different.. But if you go to File > Manage Libraries > Music, do any locations say "unavailable"? If they're unavailable, delete them and see if you're good to go :thumbup:
     
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    I was mistaken, it is WMP12, and no. It does not say unavailable.
     
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    If you could find the registry key (if one exists) that stores this location, you could probably change it. Just a thought! ;)
     
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    no such thing exists... =\ any other idea?
     
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