The Media Library is another thing that may need frequent troubleshooting – here’s how
Windows Media player is a music player library application by Microsoft which not only functions as a music player but also let you sync your music and is capable to rip music files from and to CD. It supports facilities like full media management via integrated media Library which includes cataloguing and searching of media and media metadata. It also arranges music files according to genre, album, date, playlists and others. Items in a playlist can be skipped temporarily during playback without removing them from the playlist.
WMP offers full keyboard-based operation in the player. Library is the location in your computer where you can save all your songs, videos and music. It helps you access your personal files, burn them to a CD and let them sync with your portable music player. The following tutorial will help you to learn how to create a Windows Media Player Library Troubleshoot Shortcut.
Create a “Windows Media Player Library Troubleshoot” Shortcut
1. Right click on an empty space in the desktop-> Go to New-> click on Shortcut.
2. Now write the following command %systemroot%\system32\msdt.exe -id WindowsMediaPlayerLibraryDiagnostic in the location area-> Click Next.
3. Give a name for the shortcut like Windows Media Player Library Troubleshoot-> Click Finish.
4. Now your shortcut is ready.