Media Library Is Corrupte

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Media Library Is Corrupte

Here we can see, “Media Library Is Corrupte”

Database corruption in the Windows Media Player library database is usually recoverable automatically. However, the database may become corrupted to the point where Windows Media Player cannot recover it.

1. Click Start, then Run, then type percent LOCALAPPDATA percent MicrosoftMedia Player and OK.

2. Select all of the files in the folder, then go to the File menu and select Delete.

Note: The folders in this folder do not need to be deleted.

3. Windows Media Player should be restarted.

Note: Windows Media Player automatically rebuilds the database.

Clear the Windows Media Player database cache files if this does not solve the problem. Follow these steps to accomplish this:

  1. If you’re using Windows 7 or Vista, go to Start, Run, and type %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft, then OK.
  2. On the File menu, select the Media Player folder, and then click Delete.
  3. Windows Media Player should be restarted. 

Note: Windows Media Player automatically rebuilds the database.

Another Method: Perform a Clean Boot

Cleaning up your computer’s startup ensures that it boots up with the bare minimum of drivers and startup programs. This will fix the ‘Windows Media Player Media Library is corrupted’ issue. To clean your computer’s boot, follow these steps:

1. press the Windows key and the R key at the same time.

2. Then, in the Run window, type “msconfig” and press Enter.

3. Go to the “General” tab and uncheck the “Load startup items” option.

4. Finally, make sure “Load system services” is selected.

5. Next, select the “Services” tab.

6. Next, select “Hide all Microsoft services” from the drop-down menu and then “Disable all.”

7. Finally, to save these changes, click “Apply” and then “OK.”

After you’ve completed all of these steps, restart your computer, and it will start in clean mode.

The ‘Windows Media Player Media Library is corrupted’ error should now be fixed.

Conclusion

I hope you found this helpful guide. If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to use the form below.

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User Questions:

1. How do you fix a corrupted media library?

  1. Click Start, then Run, then type percent LOCALAPPDATA percent MicrosoftMedia Player and OK.
  2. Select all of the files in the folder, then choose Delete from the File menu.
  3. Windows Media Player should be restarted.

2. What should I do if my Windows Media Player is corrupted?

  1. To open the Run dialogue box, press Win+R.
  2. Type or copy and paste the following path into the text box: %localappdata%Microsoft.
  3. Select OK or press Enter.
  4. Remove the Media Player folder from your computer.
  5. Restart Windows Media Player to rebuild the database.

3. How do I reinstall Windows Media Player?

  1. The Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service should be disabled. First and foremost, make sure Windows Media Player is turned off.
  2. Remove the Library Database File from your computer…
  3. The Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service must be re-enabled.
  4. Renew your library’s contents.

4. What is the best way to clean up my Windows Media Player library?

  1. Navigate to a list of items you want to delete in Windows Media Player.
  2. To select all items, press “CTRL” + “A.”
  3. “Delete” should be pressed.
  4. Repeat these steps for any other lists you want to get rid of.

5. How can I prevent Windows Media Player from automatically updating my media library?

>> Launch Windows Media Player Select Options from the Organize menu. Uncheck “Retrieve additional information from the internet” under the Library tab. Uncheck “Display media information from the Internet” and “Update music files by retrieving media information from the Internet” under the Privacy tab.