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Windows Media Player - help!

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by RB05, Jul 29, 2005.

  1. RB05

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    Quick Question on Windows Media Player (hopefully this is the right place to post)......


    Anyway - I've copied an Unknown CD onto my PC via WMP. I was able to name the tracks and the Artist... However I was not able to name the "Artist - Album" bit at the top, it still comes up as "Unknown Artist - Unknown Album"

    Does anyone know how to name the Album itself?

    Thanks!
     
  2. RB05

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    Nevermind I stumbled on how to do it!
     
  3. localboy

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    I might be helpful to let the rest of us know the secret then.....

    WMP and its database are a complete pain IMO, especially with various artist cds, you end up with hundred of Artists and Albums with only one track each, madness :confused:

    Tony
     
  4. niccam

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    Yes please do tell us as I have the same problem Thanks :)
     
  5. iZombine

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    Right Click on a untitled track then click on find album info and it should then find all the info for it.

    If not but you know the name of the artist then do as above but type in the artist's name in the search box.

    Is that what you mean?
     

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