I honestly don't know much about how MediaMonkey works. Many people
swear by it, but I've always been quite happy with how WMP11 manages
Anyways... The first thing you need to do is make sure that MediaMonkey
can see your music library - the one you have stored on your computer
somewhere (in many media managers, this is called folder monitoring).
Next, go through your library, using MediaMonkey, and ensure all of
your songs display with album art. Add appropriate images to any that are missing it.
Now, this is the important part: Once you are satisfied with the
library setup with MediaMonkey, everything is tagged how you want it
all, and so on -- boot your player into Recovery Mode, and run Disk
Cleanup and then Reformat Disk. I know this sounds like a royal pain in
the ass, but trust me hon - this is the only sure way to purge the
player's database of all traces of whatever you were previously using
to sync your media, so it will recognize and accept MediaMonkey's way
of doing things! Once you've done all that, restart your player, set
everything back up (including a name), then plug it in and sync it with
MediaMonkey. When it's all done syncing, you should have album art displaying now!
Keep us posted, and good luck!
Feb 08, 2008 |
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