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Hi all,

Just got a C550 yesterday, inserted 512mb card full of WMA tracks, everything played fine.

Today however, if I got into wmp and the library shows nothing.

Updated library, everything seems to work fine but still finds no tracks.

If I click on 'all music' it throws up an unknown error 0x800300FD.

If I go into file manager and click on an individual file, it will play fine.

Any idea what is wrong?

Done a reset,

Library points to storage card,

WMA extension is associated with WMP.

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Ok, using TCPMP lets me at least play my WMAs.

Is there any way to set it to start with the music player button?

While I'm at it, can the links to WMP & Orange media player be removed?

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OK, fixed it.

error 0x800300FD = file not found.

1) Copy a couple of tracks to My documents.

1) Remove card from phone.

2) Restart, open media player & update library (to ensure no bad links).

3) Put media card into reader.

4) Move contents into a folder on desktop.

5) Put the now blank card back into the C550.

6) Open activesync explore.

7) Copy everything back to the card.

8) Open media player & update library.

Finds all tracks, adds them correctly and plays with no problem.

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You've got your very own thread going here!!

Glad you got it sorted. Maybe a DRM issue?

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Dunno what the cause was, couldn't read error else it wouldn't play when selected direct.

Would have thought someone else would have found a solution before now, this problem has been occuring on the 500 & 550 for over a year.

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I've never had this issue myself (plenty others, but not this :) )

Mind you, I tend to use TCPMP for most stuff. I used to be a big fan of PocketMusic but I got absolutely p*ssed off waiting for them to support the QVGA screen res that I gave up on it.

To be honest, I haven't found any difference in music quality from any of the applications, which I found surprising. It must be down to the quality of the 'music-making' components on-board the devices.

Ho-hum, you get what you pay for, I suppose :)

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I had this error, but the solution above didn't work. After much frustration I found the simple solution...

Delete \storage card\msmetadata\xmemedialibrary.mlb then update the library on the device.

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I had this error, but the solution above didn't work. After much frustration I found the simple solution...

Delete \storage card\msmetadata\xmemedialibrary.mlb then update the library on the device.

Remeber that msmetadata is a hidden folder and in SmartExplorer you'll need to go to view and then Show hidden files/fold. Other than that this works a treat.

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