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Two days ago out of the blue Spotify desktop app started showing "This track is not available" for all the tracks.
I have basically tried all the tips to remedy this problem but without any success.
- removed sound drivers
- disabled and reenabled local storage
- disabled high quality streaming
- reinstalled the app
- logged to the app on another computer
- Tweaked sound device settings (disable enhancments etc)
- Dell Latitude 5450
- Windows 7 Pro 64bit
- Sound playing through dac/amp via usb (tried to play songs without it as well)
- I have premium account
- Spotify works on other machines (computer, tablet, phone)
- On the machine where desktop app does not work I also installed alternative Spotify client - Clementine. After adding my Spotify account it played my playlists without a problem.
This paragraph I would like to dedicate to Spotify desktop app devs.
Being a programmer I can clearly see that the problem is not with machine or OS configuration but with desktop app itself.
Many paying customers reported this issue over the months and the fact that this bug is still present is unacceptable.
Shame on you Spotify devs, shame (bell ringing), shame....
Solved! Go to Solution.
Hello, if you are still having this problem then you can follow these simple steps which instantaneously helped me:
1. Click on file explorer.
2. Click on the top text box which tells you the file path and enter %appdata% .
3. Click spotify then Users.
4. Open spotify on the playlist.
5. Delete the user in the folder(temporarily).
6. Click the song(it should work now).
7. Undo the deleted User in the folder.
8. You're done enjoy listening to music again.