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  1. #1
    dummy in new orleans
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    I would like to know how I can stop my Media Player from saving all my songs on my C-drive. I have already designated in the tools options of my Media Player to save all my files on the D-Drive but when I load up songs into my Media player they still put them on my C- Drive and it is taking up 4GB of space on my C-Drive. and it is limiting my ability to work on my C-Drive. Please help me stop this and tell me how to move the current files on my C-Drive back to my D-Drive which I have done only to get error messages when trying to play the songs I moved back to my D-Drive. Please help me move them without causing error messages when I try to play songs on my Media Player. Thanks so much. I have Windows XP operating system.

  2. #2
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    sound like ya have ya wires crossed the error you will have when you move your music to your d drive is the fact that ya playlists will still point to ya c drive and your pc will not be able able to find them. try deleting ya playlists and creating new ones so they will look for the music on ya d drive if you have configured media player to save to your d drive then thats where it should be.


 

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