First off, I'm not sure if I should be posting in this forum, or in the soundbridge set-up forum, so I apologize for that.
Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit
Philips Intel Core 2 Duo Laptop
I am running a wireless network through a hub and I am able to find the Firefly Media Server on the Soundbridge, enter my username and password, and access the library.
My problem lies with the location of the library. When I Connect to Firefly through my Soundbridge, the library is completely empty.
I have pointed firefly to my music folder, which lies in a different place(C:\Users\SeÃƒÂ¡n\Music) to the suggested location. I ran Firefly Debug mode, and the software found no files, but it appeared to still be looking for them in the wrong place. It seemed to be looking for my music folder in C:/user/SeBn//documents/music (Note the 'B' is a German b which is sometimes shown instead of 'ÃƒÂ¡' for a reason I don't understand.) I have no idea why it's putting the 'documents' part of the location in.
I tried changing my windows username to 'Sean' to solve this problem, however the name of the user folder (C:/users/SeÃƒÂ¡n/music) did not change, so I copied the entire music folder to another folder called 'C:/users/Sean/music'.
I change the location of my music folder in the Firefly Media Server to the new location, and run debug mode again. Firefly is still looking for the music collection in 'C:/users/SeBn/documents/music' and finds no files.
Does anyone have any idea what's going wrong, or how to fix it?
Is it possible to bypass Firefly entirely, and connect directly to Windows Media player, or iTunes from my Soundbridge?