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30 Jun 2011   #1

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Windows Media Player & Changing Titles...


I have an annoying problem with Windows Media Player and I wondered if anyone has a solution?

It sounds so bloomin' simple and silly but I have got rid of loads of my CD's after putting them on computer. That's fine and dandy, but I'm having trouble with one particular CD that I saved....and I put the title in lower case...

Now, all I really want to do is put it as it should be, in mixed....but I keep getting it updated and changed back again thanks to Windows Update (which is constant in terms of the library!)

The CD is quite rare and so I'll be hard pressed to get it back to re-put it back on my computer...

Sounds simple....all I want in the work is for 3 words...It's a Queen album, "At The BBC" and it keeps changing back to "at the bbc" !

So......what can I do?

All help appreciated...


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30 Jun 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

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