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iTunes and WMP


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Windows XP -- I have a large Music file 70 Gb on an external drive and have WMP and iTunes installed on my computer. Somehow in WMP (probably operator error) a large number of files have been given erroneous "Artist Names" - In many cases I do not know the correct artists name. I have not installed the data into iTunes at this time. How do I go about correcting my mistake? Do I deleted my Library in WMP and reinstall? Or is there an easier way to address this?
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See if any help is here, http://windows.micro...ws-Media-Player
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This does a good job explaining how to alter a small number of songs but I'm looking at needing to change over 400. What happens if I delete my Library from WMP and reload it from my external hard drive?
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Hi,

That part I could not guide you on, and would be afraid to, as I have no experience with at all. I'm hoping others will chime in here for you.

Joe :)
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