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Songs don't match song titles

Recently, I added a couple of new songs on my M230. Now, about 20% of the songs that play have an incorrect song title. Any way of correcting that, short of deleting everything and starting from scratch?

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Right-click the a song and checkall the properties for the song. Souonds like the file name and the properties name don't match. xlthim.

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