If there is anyone that can solve this most annoying problem I would be very grateful.
I run on Windows 10 with the updated version of WMP.. So far I have ripped approximately three hundred cd's to my PC in preparation of loading all my music on to a server and then do away with my dated AIWA music system.
All cd's have been ripped with no problems, that is until I tried to load two discs by Chas& Dave, not everyone's cup of tea I know but it's great for a touch of nostalgia. So here is the problem: The first one ripped fine but when I started to rip the second one, I noticed that the first track was the same as the previous one so I stopped ripping, changed the track information and then attempted to carry on ripping and that is when the troubles began. No matter how I tried it always ended up with the same message: Windows Media Player cannot rip one or more tracks from the CD suggesting (to me anyway) that the album/tracks still existed on the my pc, so I have searched my pc thoroughly to make sure that it doesn't exist in case that is the problem.
Although am slowly approaching my seventieth birthday I'm not totally computer illiterate, I can read and follow most instructions, so all the solutions posted concerning this particular subject in the "Microsoft help forum" I have tried with no success. I refuse to believe that my PC has an inbuilt dislike of Chas &Dave and is doing this out of spite so there must be some kind technical problem that is stopping me from ripping this second album. If I try to rip a cd that I have already done then up comes; Windows Media Player cannot rip one or more tracks from the CD. suggesting to me that WMP can not rip music from the same cd but as these two contain different tracks then why will it not rip? I have searched the system thoroughly to make sure it isn't there so it has me totally baffled.
If anyone thinks they may have the answer then I would be really pleased to hear from you.
Graham (The old Submariner)