MarcoPolo Posted July 24, 2022 Share Posted July 24, 2022 (edited) I have a 64-bit Windows 10 desktop system with two 1TB drives. The one with the music is a solid state drive. I have the (purchased) Professional version of the Zulu program on the "C" drive, which is not solid state. At first, I just copied the songs I wanted to use for a 1 hour set into a folder on the desktop of "C" drive, and Zulu found them when it asked where "was the music" and I picked the folder on the desktop. But now I want to add more music for new playlists. I clicked on the "Music" folder on my "F" drive, to access the 600GB of music on there, and the program stopped working completely. I tried only selecting an alphabet letter, instead of the entire "Music" folder, but that was not successful either, as most have 74 subfolders or more. After deleting my playlists and rebooting several times, I thought I might seek answers on your forum. Is there a limit to the number of folders or songs that the program can handle successfully? Thanks for any assistance! Edited July 24, 2022 by MarcoPolo Added version of program and that I paid for it Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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