Why Windows Media Player plays the song wrong when I click it in a playlist?

I did a huge selection automatically (with 145 songs) with five-star is Windows Media Player 12 in Windows 7 on my Dell XPS L702X.

So, let's say that I want to hear "Everybody Hurts [edit]" r.e.m. I click on n, it starts WMP play "Slips through my fingers" by Agneta Fältskog!
He plays another song which is 24 positions above!
At first, it used only for touch me when I was sorting the songs in the playlist by Genre, Album, year, etc... But now, even with the contributing artist, he played another song!
The only way for her to play the song I want is with some navigation arrow keys or when I clicked on the playlist and I'd get a unsorted list. With the unsorted list, I find the song.
It's a difficult problem, but I have a temporary solution. But please try to find an answer!
EDIT: now at random. Unsorted perspective will give me wrong songs and the artist's view contributing sort will give me good music! What a mix! Say that it is a "re - Mix"!
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Hello

(1) don't you make changes to the computer until the problem occurred?

I suggest you to follow the steps mentioned below and check if it helps.

Method 1: Try to run the troubleshooting Windows Media Player settings Troubleshooter:

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/open-the-Windows-Media-Player-settings-Troubleshooter

Method 2: Troubleshooting to launch Windows Media Player library.

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/open-the-Windows-Media-Player-library-Troubleshooter

 

Method 3: If the problem persists, try to disable and enable Media Player and check.

Step 1: turn off Windows Media Player:
a. go initially and in search type 'Turn Windows has or not'.
b. click on "Turn Windows features on or off".
c. find multimedia and uncheck Windows Media Player.
d. restart the computer.
 
Step 2: Enable the Windows Media Player:
a. go initially and in search type 'Turn Windows has or not'.
b. click on "Turn Windows features on or off".
c. find the multimedia functions and place a check mark in front of the Windows Media Player.
d. restart the computer.

For more information, see the article:

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/turn-Windows-features-on-or-off

Hope this information is useful.

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