Have you checked the video app settings to see if there is an option to scan for media and possibly setting on when it does this (i.e. scan each time the app is opened)?
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i followed the guide on winsupersite.Likely the card. I picked up a Sandisk one from Amazon last week for my Surface, and was experiencing similar issues. With me, it was video files that were fine, but when copying over to the card, some worked, some didn't. After a format and transferring the files again, others broke, and the ones that didn't work before worked fine then.
In advanced, sorry. It might already be enabled.
But, rather than using the program files location, maybe try creating an sdcard folder in the videos folder in your user account, and mount it in there?
mounted my SD card in there
created folders in my SD for each media type and the added them to my libraries.
don't have an advanced option on SD or the mounted folder and not seeing my files in the libraries..
that worked great..thanksSupposedly this should work:
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I haven't gotten to try it myself yet, but the article describes to create folders on your SD, and mount those to folders on your c-drive, then add those folders to the indexing options.
Glad to hear it
Last weekend I tried something similar, but couldn't get it to work. I ran into that article yesterday, but didn't have time to play with it.
When you add new files, does it update in the library now?
for what its worth, I have installed a 32gb SDHC Class 10 card without a problem.
Also noticed since I set this up I haven't had an error writing to the card.
So are there any issues with this method, as mentioned with the method i posted in the faq?
I was wondering the same thing. I haven't gotten to setting it up that way myself yet, but I asked :