One of my Music Playlists doesn't play - others work fine

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    One of my recent music playlists no longer plays. The others work fine. It was working okay a few weeks ago. Had a look at the logs which seem to imply a problem with tags. I need some guidance as what the errors mean and how they can be fixed without rebuilding the playlist from scratch.



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    The error you get is a "file not found".
    I assume that "G:" is some removable drive and it is no longer available / accessible
     
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    My G: drive is an HD internal to my PC and is always available. See attached screen-shot.
    Playing the effected tracks from MP1 (not using playlists) works just fine too. ...and no changes have been made to the folder path or filenames.
    Bit of a strange issue and just intrigued why it's only a single playlist. Already started building its replacement which seems to be working just fine too.
    Go figure...!
     

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