Deleted entries pop back in Opera Browser

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I am using Opera browser for quite a long time now and I believe that this is the best browser when using Subsonic Music Streamer. But recently, I am encountering a problem with the opera Cache. Something has been varied but I am not sure if it’s with the new Opera version or the updated version of Subsonic. When I play a song on an album, the song will be added to the playlist by default and the VLC player will automatically starts. My problem is, when I edit the playlist or remove any song on the playlist, the song will become visible again in the list. It seems that there is a problem with the Opera Cache as the song does not really exist even if they pop back again.

I tried it on Firefox and Internet Explorer but I did not get such error. But I still want Subsonic on my Opera browser. I made some changes to my opera settings but I don't think that it’s appropriate to change it. Subsonic should work well with Opera even without changing anything on the settings. I would like to know if anyone here experiences the same problem. How can I make Subsonic work with Opera again? Help needed please.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101516

Deleted entries pop back in Opera Browser

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Browser Update Problem (Opera).

SOLUTION #1

The simplest way to resolve it would be uninstalling and reinstalling the OPERA browser on the computer.
Steps:

1. Click on start.
2. Click on Control Panel.
3. Click add/remove programs for Windows XP (Programs/ Uninstall Programs for Windows Vista and 7).
4. On the list, look for the Opera browser and click Uninstall at the top (right-click mouse and select uninstall).
5. After uninstalling it, go to the internet again using another browser.
6. Go to the web address
7. Look for opera and install it again.

SOLUTION #2

Clean up or Reset the browser to remove the cookies and other temporary files.
Steps:

1. Click Menu at the top of the screen.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Click Clear private data (Clear everything).
4. Next is go to the History and delete all the histories that are saved.

SOLUTION #3

Flushing the DNS server might also help in this issue.
Steps:

1. Start and click run (search programs and file in win 7/ start search in win vista).
2. Type cmd and hit ENTER.

Note: in windows vista and 7 you need to go to all programs >> accessories >> look for command prompt >> right-click it and select run as administrator >> click continue for the pop-up window that will load up.

3. A black screen will open up.
4. Type in after the blinking cursor : ipconfig/flushdns and hit ENTER.
5. It should say : successfully flush the DNS resolver cache.

SOLUTION #4

This could also be not related to the OPERA issue instead this could be the SUBSONIC itself. Would suggest updating the SUBSONIC to the new version of it by simply going to their website: subsonic.org.

SOLUTION #5

If all of this won’t be working, you need to uninstall and reinstall subsonic too or call their support to check their software.
Steps:

1. Click on start.
2. Click on Control Panel.
3. Click add/remove programs for Windows XP (Programs/ Uninstall Programs for Windows Vista and 7).
4. On the list, look for the Opera browser and click Uninstall at the top (right-click mouse and select uninstall).
5. After uninstalling it, go to the internet again using another browser.
6. Go to the web address : subsonic.org.
7. Look for subsonic program and install it again.

NOTE: Check the virus protection too if it has something to do with the issue.

Answered By 0 points N/A #101518

Deleted entries pop back in Opera Browser

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I think you have upgraded your web browser. The new version of opera is being developed. So due to this situation, there cloud be some errors when you use the software.

I recommend you to use the old opera version until the new version is fixed well. When the program is working well, do not try to update it, because updating is the process that gives new information to the system about your software. If there is a problem in those files, whole program would break.

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