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deleting pictures from Windows Media Center

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alyssa

#1
Hi,

Does anyone know how to delete pictures from Windows Media Center without
deleting them from the entire computer? I can't seem to find a way, and I
don't want to have the pictures there. help please?
 

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D
#2
Move the photos into a folder not looked at by WMC.


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"alyssa" <alyssa@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> Does anyone know how to delete pictures from Windows Media Center without
> deleting them from the entire computer? I can't seem to find a way, and I
> don't want to have the pictures there. help please?
 

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alyssa

#3
like what folder?

"Dave" wrote:

> Move the photos into a folder not looked at by WMC.
>
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> "alyssa" <alyssa@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:137E8DDB-0267-4D37-9E1E-A6B9D37D6BE3@xxxxxx

> > Hi,
> >
> > Does anyone know how to delete pictures from Windows Media Center without
> > deleting them from the entire computer? I can't seem to find a way, and I
> > don't want to have the pictures there. help please?
>
>
 

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D
#4
Well, like in WPhotoGallery, you tell WMC what folders to look for files
in...
In WMC, go to Settings - Library Setup - Stop watching folder
This will show you all of the folders that WMC is looking into.
If the photos you don't want seen are located in one of these folders, then
uncheck it to stop looking there.
If you have other photos in that folder that you want to see, then move the
unwanted photos out of that folder to one that is not on the watched list.


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"alyssa" <alyssa@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> like what folder?
>
> "Dave" wrote:
>

>> Move the photos into a folder not looked at by WMC.
>>
>>
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>> http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview
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>> "alyssa" <alyssa@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:137E8DDB-0267-4D37-9E1E-A6B9D37D6BE3@xxxxxx

>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > Does anyone know how to delete pictures from Windows Media Center
>> > without
>> > deleting them from the entire computer? I can't seem to find a way, and
>> > I
>> > don't want to have the pictures there. help please?
>>
>>
 

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