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    Windows Media Player (Windows XP Home)

    I have windows xp home. I have a problem with Windows Media Player. After "Copy music" to CD, I can't remove the list of songs I just burned to CD. These songs have to be removed in order to add other songs to burn on a different CD. The Delete button does'nt work.

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    Re: Windows Media Player (Windows XP Home)

    Hey regnel--

    The repair or burn sections here at this WMP All Versions site from a member of M$'s WMP 9 team might help. In addition, clicking on the download for WMP9 and then the executable will give you a radio button for "repair WMP9" which might fix the problem. I believe for all versions there is a repair option at the download for replacing files that may be corrupted. Doesn't always work but it can.

    SMBP

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    Re: Windows Media Player (Windows XP Home)

    Hi, regnel ~

    Here is what you need to do:<UL><LI>Open WMP > click 'Media Library' in left-hand taskbar<LI>Click 'My Playlists' > right-click desired playlist > 'Delete'<LI>Now go down to 'Deleted Items' > right-click > 'Empty Deleted Items' > select 'Yes' in dialog box<LI>Boom![/list]<center><IMG SRC=http://img.woodyswatch.com/w3tfiles/51-176795-untitled2.gif></center>

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    Re: Windows Media Player (Windows XP Home)

    The way I solved the problem was I downloaded WMP9 and it works fine. Thanks so much for your
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