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does anyone know how wmp stores your media library?
I'm assuming its a database file but not sure need to know the name of the file or registry settings.
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I think it's one of these two files:
    C:\Documents and settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Index\wmplibrary_v_0_12.db
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Index\wmplibrary_v_0_12.db
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thanks its c:\windows\wmplibrary_v_0_12.db
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