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Song titles in Media Player

  1. #1


    G Guest

    Song titles in Media Player

    I know this is going to have a really simple answer but I can't find it.
    When I put a CD into Media Player it used to find the CD and song titles but
    it doesn't any more. It can't be the CD because I put back in one I know it
    worked on before. It's quite frustrating because I'm trying to copy all my
    CDs to my new PC. I assume I've somehow changed a seting but I don't know
    which.
    Thanks

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  2. #2


    Cal Bear '66 Guest

    Re: Song titles in Media Player

    Control Panel (Classic view) > AutoPlay? And Control Panel (Classic view) >
    Default Programs, highlight Windows Media Player and press the upper green arrow
    to make sure Windows Media Player has all its defaults.


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    "G" <G@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:15384F5E-029C-4504-8405-2EBEFBA9D582@xxxxxx

    >I know this is going to have a really simple answer but I can't find it.
    > When I put a CD into Media Player it used to find the CD and song titles but
    > it doesn't any more. It can't be the CD because I put back in one I know it
    > worked on before. It's quite frustrating because I'm trying to copy all my
    > CDs to my new PC. I assume I've somehow changed a seting but I don't know
    > which.
    > Thanks


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  3. #3


    G Guest

    Re: Song titles in Media Player

    I don't think so - I just tried to reset the defaults but it's still saying
    unknown artist



    "Cal Bear '66" wrote:

    > Control Panel (Classic view) > AutoPlay? And Control Panel (Classic view) >
    > Default Programs, highlight Windows Media Player and press the upper green arrow
    > to make sure Windows Media Player has all its defaults.
    >
    >
    > I Bleed Blue and Gold
    > GO BEARS!
    >
    >
    > "G" <G@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:15384F5E-029C-4504-8405-2EBEFBA9D582@xxxxxx

    > >I know this is going to have a really simple answer but I can't find it.
    > > When I put a CD into Media Player it used to find the CD and song titles but
    > > it doesn't any more. It can't be the CD because I put back in one I know it
    > > worked on before. It's quite frustrating because I'm trying to copy all my
    > > CDs to my new PC. I assume I've somehow changed a seting but I don't know
    > > which.
    > > Thanks
    >
    >

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