We have a NAS hooked up to our system. I leave a computer up running Windows Media Player so we can go into a massive playlist (around 5,000 tracks) and have our Soundtouch 10 speakers shuffle through our music. This morning when I select that media server, 'Playlists' is no longer a choice. **bleep**?
A huge reason we have the speakers is to play our vast music selection in just this way.
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Hi KC Steve,
Can you go onto your computer and 'Sync music library'? You can do this by right-clicking the icon in the task tray and selecting sync music library. This should refresh everything. Also just double check that Windows Media Player knows that your playlists are there.
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That solved part of the problem - I found that my login to the NAS has expired on that computer. Re-logging in gets it close in that I can play music, but I still don't see Playlists for some reason.