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Anonymous
August 25, 2005 9:11:00 PM

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Months ago I placed a folder on my desktop, which contained a couple of
audio-tracks (about a dozen of mp3-files as I recall it).

The folder was deleted a few days later. The strange thing is that the
folder keeps reappering each time I place an audio-cd in my cd/dvd-drive
(The folder is empty).
If I delete the folder once again (either by dragging it to the recycle bin
og by using [delete] og [shift]+[delete] it reappers each time an audio-cd
is placed in my drive.

Is this a known problem?? And is there a solution to the problem??

I use Win XP Home Ed. on a one year old Acer laptop (Travelmate 293)

Thanks in advance

Best regards

Jens Vistisen
jkvi01@miba.remove.auc.dk
August 25, 2005 9:11:01 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Offhand this sounds like an application that you have loaded that looks for
audio disks to be inserted. Next time you see the folder, right-click on it
and look at "properties". Find out what folder it points to and you will
hopefully identify the application that is responsible for it. Then, you
might decide to uninstall that application.

-Frank

"Jens Krog Vistisen" <jkvi01 ØLEFANT ist GIRAF auc GIRAF dk> wrote in
message news:430ddf81$0$18643$14726298@news.sunsite.dk...
> Months ago I placed a folder on my desktop, which contained a couple of
> audio-tracks (about a dozen of mp3-files as I recall it).
>
> The folder was deleted a few days later. The strange thing is that the
> folder keeps reappering each time I place an audio-cd in my cd/dvd-drive
> (The folder is empty).
> If I delete the folder once again (either by dragging it to the recycle
> bin og by using [delete] og [shift]+[delete] it reappers each time an
> audio-cd is placed in my drive.
>
> Is this a known problem?? And is there a solution to the problem??
>
> I use Win XP Home Ed. on a one year old Acer laptop (Travelmate 293)
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Best regards
>
> Jens Vistisen
> jkvi01@miba.remove.auc.dk
>
>
Anonymous
November 4, 2008 12:17:41 PM

Go into windows media player and delete the playlists and remove everythign form the library. There is another program mentinoed think was bout bluetooth or something. but windows player was my issue. the audio files were put into library or playlists so as media player searched for them would recreate the folder with nothing in them. shoudl work. worked for me after almost a year.
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