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How to fix playlists with Playback statistics component

Well after this happened: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=117381
I'm trying to get the autoplaylists to work, tried updating Foobar, reinstalling playback statistics componenet and nothing, for example the playlist for recently played tracks are not working indicates 0 items, so not sure what to try next.

 

Re: How to fix playlists with Playback statistics component

Reply #1
So no support whatsoever??
How can I fix it??
If you need more info please let me know.

Re: Autoplaylists not working after data corruption

Reply #2
I can obviously try a new install and exporting/importing settings like playback stats, sorry for my earlier post, please let me know if there's any other way to not recover the lost data/ but to get at least autoplaylists to work.
And as well if is possible change the title of the topic to  "Autoplaylists not working after data corruption"

Re: How to fix playlists with Playback statistics component

Reply #3
If you have foo_jesus backups, the playback stats data is stored inside the index-data folder (assuming the component saves that folder). If it does, restore that while foobar is closed.

Re: How to fix playlists with Playback statistics component

Reply #4
Yes I had it installed, but at the time the corruption happened the playlist weren't being backed up, and IIRC the stats may had been deleted without the playlists. Maybe is not the playlist only what was corrupted but the media library? that could explain why autoplaylists/search is not working?

Re: How to fix playlists with Playback statistics component

Reply #5
Have you already updated to the latest foobar2000 version or are you still on the ancient 1.3 series? Have you fixed your media library configuration? Preferences -> Media Library should list your music collection path(s).
I'd assume having the configuration in order would solve at least your search problems. But if your autoplaylists were damaged you may need to recreate them.
There is always the possibility of manually deleting corrupted files in the profile directory but I really don't believe that should be necessary. foobar should just refuse to load bad data and it should cause no other harm. But there's very little information here and this is all just speculation.

 
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