Mysteriously some 150 songs + if is presented as a playlist on my Windows Media Player without getting anything to create playlist, even if my kitten had passed through the keyboard of my laptop not too long ago.

The songs are a random mix of many / most of the albums that I backed up on my system.  What happened twice, but the second time that the kitten was not involved and the list, various songs from the first game, just showed.  I really like this and I would like to create more random lists such as these two without having to go through all the hassle to use the AutoPlay list feature to enter so many songs.  Here are the parameters of my system, copied from the version of Windows Media Player that I use on a laptop Gateway under Vista Home Premium: Windows Media Player Version 11.0.6002.18111
Version of the operating system: 6.0.6002 the system locale: en-US
Service Pack: settings regional user 2.0: en-US
Build lab: 6002.vistasp2_gdr.091208 - 0542 Geo ID: United States
Type: Workstation DRM Version: 11.0.6002.18005
Architecture: x 86 Indiv Version: 2.5.0.0
Processors: 2

Many thanks to anyone who can help me with this 'problem '.

Hello

It seems that music files are added to the playlist in the folder of all music. In the list of non-registered, you always have an option to drag files to the playlist or click favorite game, when you click on the favorite game, the music files are added to the list at random.

New playlists can also be created on the fly using the Shuffle Playlist feature. This feature makes it a one-click process to create a new playlist of your favorite songs. With a simple click of the link Playlist Shuffle, Windows Media Player generates a list of tracks weighted by highest ratings. With each click of the link, a fresh and completely new track list is generated.

For more information on "Create or change an auto playlist in Windows Media Player", see these links:
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/create-or-change-an-auto-playlist-in-Windows-Media-Player
http://www.Microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/11/music.aspx

I hope this helps.

Kind regards
Syed
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