You must have the correct album art on your computer for it to be displayed.
Your computer gets it from the internet as you add music to your library -
unless you turn it off as I do. If the correct art is not available from the
default web site a generic piece of art will be downloaded to your computer.
Windows Desktop Experience
"Howard Woodard" <woodard@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have lots of music folders. Most have the correct album art -- though I
>don't know where it comes from or how it gets displayed -- but some have
>pictures that have nothing to do with what's in the folder. I have
>displayed hidden files and there aren't any hidden graphic files in these
>folders. Also, I have used the properties dialog to change the folder
>picture file and even though it appears to work properly, the folder
> does not change.
> I've looked around but haven't found anything that explains any of this or
> gives me some idea of how to force the folders to display the correct
> album art or picture of my choice.
> Can anyone offer any help on this?
> Thanks in advance,