When I try to play music from my music library I get the “unable to play because computer can’t find the server message.” And the pathway to the specific song - which Sonos can’t find - is the pathway from my old computer that I got rid of about 18 months ago. I was able to play music from my library until recently - I cannot remember if the change happened after I upgraded to Big Sur or not. Any advice?
Facts: My Music Library is on my Mac. I have removed the old music folder in the Sonos settings which had been carried over from before the upgrade and have installed the new music folder. I have also uninstalled the Sonos controller - S1 since i have an old speaker - and reinstalled it to see if that would shake things up. Again, even though I have installed my new music folder for some reason Sonos still searches for the old pathway when I click on a song. There is no firewall on. File Sharing is not checked. And I access the Sonos speaker over wireless but not my library. Streaming radio etc. is fine. And also I can play my Music Library through my Mac speakers fine.
Hopefully someone might have some advice. Thanks.
Best answer by Stanley_4
Did you rebuild your Library index after the move?
Did you update your playlists to use the new library location?