I have been using my Sonos system for some time now. All of a sudden, it stopped being able to access my Music Library on my Win7-64-bit PC. So I open the Sonos app on the PC, click on Music and screen reads "You haven't added any music folders to your Sonos system yet." So, I click on menu Manage>Music Library Settings. On the dialog screen, I click on the Add button and get another dialog box. I then click on the button for "In another location on my computer ... ." and click Next. Then yet another dialog box appears and I click the Browse button to select "C:\$Music" which is my library I have built for both Sonos and as a backup for my Android cell phone. (And it's the same one I used successfully with Sonos before.) Then I get yet another box and swirling for 10-20 seconds, then the less-than-helpful error message "Sonos was unable to add the music folder. Reason: Unable to add the the shared folder '\\pcname\$Music' to your Music Library (900)." What do I do now??
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