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Windows 7: Weirdness with WMP

18 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate
Weirdness with WMP

About a month ago, my computer had a major crash, after which I upgraded from Vista Ultimate to Windows 7 Ultimate. A very weird thing is now happening in WMP, V.12: I have some old cassettes (personal recordings) that I started editing in Sony Sound Forge before the crash. These are then added (by default) to my WMP library. When I go to access these recordings, there is information attached to them that I never added: in particular, certain files are claiming to be composed by "Ciccione Youth" (??!) & show a corresponding album cover (The Whitey Album) as the album art/folder icon. Where did this come from, & how can I get rid of it??? (I've tried adjusting the info in both Sound Forge & by by right-clicking on the file itself: "Properties" to "Details".) Thanks!

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