Did you try the step(s) in the link I provided? This seems like a safer method than deleting files. If you tried and did not have success, then possibly attempt your method...
I saw the same "article" online but don't know if it will work or cause more problems. You would be better off just renaming the files rather than deleting them. Rename them to .wmold. This would prevent them from being used but allow you to rename them back, if needed.
Arron Green wrote:
** Navigate to “c:\Users\”your username”\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player. Now delete the files named CurrentDatabase_***.wmdb and LocalMLS_*.wmdb. - This bit I don't understand...
This is referring to using Explorer... and locating the Media Player folder, then removing the .wmdb files. The *** and * refer to arbitrary numbers in the file names.
Start by going to the Start orb and type C:\Users
in the text box... you see a folder at the top of the result window called Users.
Open that folder and select the username you are having the issue with... then walk through the various folder names (AppData, Local, Microsoft...) in the above reference until to see the .wmdb files.