I would like to be able to share my playlists, which took me quite some time to manually add songs one by one, with other people. I have my music stored in the folder: 'C:\Documents and Settings\Username\My Documents\My Music' I then store my playlists in: 'C:\Documents and Settings\Username\My Documents\My Music\Playlists' I use Winamp (WMP works too) to play my music and when I double click a playlist either in the file directory (windows explorer) or inside winamp's media libary playlists, the songs in the playlist begin playing. I know the file location of each song is in the playlist, so logically it would be possible to play the playlists even if it is on another computer, as long as the file directories where the music stored are the same. So if I move all of my music onto another computer and create a folder Username in 'C:\Documents and Settings', and then repeat the same folder structure for the rest of the address, (hence have the music stored in 'C:\Documents and Settings\Username\My Documents\My Music') I should be able to play the music regardless of whether I actually created an account Username in the other computer, and regardless where the playlists are stored. Actually, the playlists on the other computer is still stored in 'C:\Documents and Settings\Username\My Documents\My Music\Playlists' However, when I double-click the playlists on the other computer, it doesn't play my music. Why is this occuring?