Author Topic: Unable to Save the Library Database  (Read 446 times)

wordy

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I've been using musicbee for more than a year without any issues until I updated it to version Version 3.3.7261 last night. Now I am unable to make any changes to the library. I've checked my directory permissions already I've also tried white-listing the application in bitdefender and running it as an administrator but to no avail

Error code is as below:

Code
MusicBee v3.3.7261.33657D  (Win6.1), 25 Nov 2019 21:35:

System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access is denied. [C:\Users\acer\Music\MusicBee\Playlists\Recently Added.xautopf]
   at #=zDCOEcc9zNQtTU$yKE6Jr6j4=.#=zFnolpdx01m$A.#=zk$wbiLA=.#=zIcnm_f96CKIb(#=zD_Jap6Jzyc8P1vQqZQ== #=z$ZluWZY=, FileMode #=zGiVI3TI=, FileAccess #=zyA8DEBc=, FileShare #=z5dk2bYs=, Int32 #=zTVFDIw0=, Boolean #=zzJoV78xFQ0ud)
   at #=z0unwHfOqIyWhsC$qvrw22zup5Z5J.#=zIcnm_f96CKIb(#=zD_Jap6Jzyc8P1vQqZQ== #=z$ZluWZY=, FileMode #=zGiVI3TI=, FileAccess #=zyA8DEBc=, Int32 #=zTVFDIw0=)
   at #=zbsqZNTtRM8kI4rdQKe3$U2x5L49l.#=zC9vhLQ02bMfO()
   at #=zbsqZNTtRM8kI4rdQKe3$U2x5L49l.#=zitA9WRs=()
   at #=zlpWM7vlOZnRzBxwVf7prPpFOpng8.#=zmYPLbR17HtTk.#=zaQEtnmcySXKE()
   at #=zlpWM7vlOZnRzBxwVf7prPpFOpng8.#=zmYPLbR17HtTk.#=zuF8CiC2vgWhxs6onvw==()
   at #=zW4EnULF6TsoQUG2tVDQr_RI=.#=zl6VrCgG78PKs(#=zk0qtopS5NMg5v_pKGZehg$Kg8xmTMK4g_w== #=zRiDv2sk=)
   at #=zCsXYWA4Rf1dPmJ6DCb5kt3k=.OnMouseClick(MouseEventArgs #=zRiDv2sk=)
   at #=zW4EnULF6TsoQUG2tVDQr_RI=.OnMouseClick(MouseEventArgs #=zRiDv2sk=)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseUp(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m)
   at #=zCsXYWA4Rf1dPmJ6DCb5kt3k=.WndProc(Message& #=zju6a1l0=)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

Thanks!
Last Edit: November 25, 2019, 02:27:24 PM by psychoadept

Steven

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its its really the case you have full access to the Music\MusicBee folder (also check the Security tab in the windows explorer properties) then it sounds like something your security software might do, so try whitelisting musicbee - sometimes that involves multiple places in the security software settings, not just the folder settings