Deleted Playlists still exist on usb drive

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    Mike 75
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    Hello, I am using the utrack24 for over two years and I am really fine with it. Actually I have a problem: In utool I deleted all old setlists. I also deleted them in my projectlibrary folder on my computer. After creating a new setlist and transferred it in utool to my usb drive, everything in utool looks fine. Only the new setlist is seen in utool. After connecting my usb drive then to my utrack, every deleted playlist still exists!? The playlists are also seen in my uremote app… Can somebody tell me how I can solve this problem without formating my usb drive and transfer the data for new? Thank you

    #180835
    Frank
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    I had the same problem, I worked around it by using ‘edit target’ in utool before exporting. There I delete all playlists on the usb drive manually.

    As the playlists are quite small this will not slow down export very much. And so you can be shure to always have exactly the playlists from utool on your drive.

    #181073
    Mike 75
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    Hi Frank. Thanks for your help but I do it exactly in the same way like you. I first update my playlists in utool/edit target to delete playlists that I don’t need anymore from the usb drive and then export new playlists from utool to usb. After that action every deleted playlist will not be viewable on my usb drive in utool/edit target. But if I then connect the usb drive to the utrack, the new playlists will be there but the deleted playlists also still exist! They are on the one hand viewable in the menu of the utrack and on the other hand also viewable in the menu of uremote/app. I have no idea how to solve this problem… Formating the usb drive every time if I want to delete a playlist could not be the solution…

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