Backup! boring? well you might think so but it's needed if you want to keep all your Windows Media Player adjustments.
I use WMP and stick by it. If you do too you may want to keep your settings for ever. I lost the database once and after reinstalling WMP and reloading all my MP3s all my WMP data was horribly named and catagorised. After six days of tweaking file names and genres etc I decided to start backing my database up.
The file is located here... (From Windows 2000 onwards)
C:\documents and settings\YOUR LOGON NAME\Local Settings
\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player\
The file might be called: -
If your system settings are hidden you may not be able to see the file or folder.
Backup this file to a seperate hard disk or tape or Internet resource.
Each user that logs onto the computer (with seperate logon of course) will find their version of WMDB in their user directory.
Hope this helps.