Windows Media Player doesn’t offer an advanced editor for changing a song’s tags.Instead, the player edits them for you automatically from an online database.But, with these simple steps, you can rebuild your music library in just a few clicks.First of all, make sure that Windows Media Player is closed.
It does not matter what I'm doing at the moment of crash(I'm playing audio or not).
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To start, Click the Windows Start Menu Orb and Type in the search box. From the Services window find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service. A small dialog box may temporarily appear while the process is stopping.
Keep the Services window open; we’ll need it again, later on, to re-enable this service after we first eliminate a few files.