Fixing the Database
TVersity makes use of the database created in Windows Media Player 11 in order to track media on the host PC so it is important to check that your media files are present in the Windows Media Player library.
Issues in finding folders can be traced back to WMP 11, so if you are experiencing problems finding folders, a repair of the media player library is recommended.
In Windows XP this can be done by exiting Windows Media Player and going to Start > Run and entering: %userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player - then click OK.
If you’re using Windows Vista, insert instead: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Media Player
In this folder you should find some files with the extension .wmdb – if you can’t see any files, go to Tools > Folder Options > View and select the Show hidden files and folders button.
Then select all files in the folder and delete them. The next time Windows Media Player 11 is opened, it will generate a new database as it rebuilds the library. You may need to re-add some folders to the library, but you’ll find that you can now see the missing folders on your Xbox 360 and enjoy the content via TVersity!