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Run this command in terminal: rm ~/.local/share/noise/*.db Then re-scan your music library.


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I had the same problem, it was indeed a matter of missing codecs for the open format files were imported. However I did not want to install ubuntu-restricted-extras since those included several plugins I'd rather not install right now as flash and java. I solved this by sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0 which installed a few libs and plugins.


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Do you know which files were not imported? This could be an issue of missing codecs and a confusing error message (for example .wma instead of .mp3 or .ogg). You can try to install additional codecs to play some non-free media formats by installing Restricted Extras via Terminal as follows: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras If that doesn't ...


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