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I understand the concept however I am not sure I understand how to make the short cut work. I tried severl versions based on what you indicted was the target and couldn't get it to work. I'm not real good with some of this win stuff. Anyway thanks in advance for the info.
No worries bnderson:
1. create new shortcut (Right click on desktop, left click "new" and then click on "shortcut")
2. If you are using Win 7 (64) copy and paste this line exactly into location:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Musicmatch\Musicmatch Update\MMJB\sonic\Px.dll" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Musicmatch\Musicmatch Jukebox\mmjb.exe"
3. Then click next and call it "Musicmatch" or what ever.
4. Double click the shortcut and hopefully it will work.
Might be making some progress. It now gives me a msg. that Music Match has been updated and to restart computer. When I do it does same thing when i try to restart MMJB again
Appologies, I forgot one more vital step.
As MM is not certified by for use in Win 7; it will block it; so I had to amend my UAC settings to "never notify" although not recommended in Win 7, as long as you have a good antivirus and firewall you'll be okay.
Here's a code to upgrade MM is you don't have one:
Are you using the shortcut you created to start it? Don't try to click on mp3 otherwise it'll do it everytime.
Also have you definitely made all exe's run In compatibility mode 'Win XP (Service Pack 2)' and ticked run as administrator?
ULTIATELY THIS IS A SIMPLE SHORTCUT TO RECTIFY PX.DLL PROBLEM!
ALTERNATIVELY YOU COULD USE ".BAT" FILE.
Hi, like everyone else, I was struggling to install MM 10 on my new Win7 64-bit computer. After much installing/uninstalling, here's what worked for me.
1. Install a version of MM8. Doesn't matter if it's 8.1 or 8.2.
2. Reboot computer.
3. Install MM10 OVER MM8. Do NOT uninstall MM8 first.
Should then run fine.
Hope this helps--good luck!
Sorry but this does not work. There does not seem to be any discernable pattern for why this F**ck'n software installs on some peoples machines and not on others. Most of these solutions only seem to work for the people who discovered them.
I just recently upgraded to Windows 7 Professional (32 bit, 4G RAM, AMD Athlon II X2 250 Processor 3 GHz). No matter which version I've tried to install (I have versions 6 through 9; I'm going to try 10 after this), I have the same identical issue. It installs fine and runs perfectly (as expected from MM), but once I restart my computer or after I shut down and start up my computer, Windows 7 freezes and won't start up (nothing but that glowing windows symbol for 15-20 min). I know it's frozen because the little light on the front of the CPU tower that's supposed to be flashing doesn't appear at all (forgive me for not knowing its name; I'm not as computer savvy as some).
So I restart the computer and it insists on doing a system repair. I let it (because skipping it gets the same result as before), and it restores the computer to a point *before* I installed MusicMatch (which is why I concluded it doesn't like MM). I'm going to try version 10 after posting this but if that one doesn't work, what can I do?
I love MM: its features, the way it plays, its easy to use layout and the way it organizes music. When I compare it to Windows Music Player, there *is* no comparison (it's like trying to drive a Model T when you've been driving a BMW).
If there's no way that I can use MM, can anyone suggest a comparable player? I don't want to give up on MM, but I might not have a choice.
If MM 10 is facing incompatiblity issues with Vista and Windows 7, how much more with old versions? Do you honestly think they will work in newer operating systems? Try this before you give up on MM. Reformat your hard drive and do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. Not home premium or professional. And then, install MM 10.004033. Let it be the frist software you're going to install. You can install the antivirus later. And make sure you have a clean uncorrupted version of MM 10.004033. If you don't have the file then let me know so I can upload it again in Hotfile.com website. I tried this before on my laptop which had Windows 7 Home Premium pre-installed and it worked for me so I'm sharing it to you. Up to now it still works perfectly each and everytime I open it. Remember, Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. Nothing better out there than MM trust me on this. Goodluck.
Musicmatch jukebox will not run except in compatability mode (maybe) on any windows operating system after XP.
Even then, if you are running any version of Internet Explorer after version 6, Musicmatch Jukebox will not usually install
properly, and when it does install properly, will not run. The problem appears to be in versions of IE after version 6,
something was added that interferes with MMJB, or something was replaced (probably a DLL or something similar) that
MMJB needs to run. The only solution for XP users is to remove IE versions newer than 6. Not such a bad proposition
since there are several browsers available that runs rings around IE. If you really like MMJB as I do, that's the way to go.
Try it. It works.
Turning off IE 8 worked! Why are the solutions sometimes the most obscure (yet simple) ones out there? I would *never* have thought to turn off IE to get something to work in compatibility mode. On the downside, while it kept Windows from freezing/hanging, I wasn't able to use MMJB 10 (either version); both versions installed just fine but would hang after I tried to use either of them.
I ended up installing MMJB 9, which (so far) is working beautifully (I'm sure I'll be back if it starts malfunctioning after I add tracks to the library--that was one of the issues it had previously on Windows 7).
Just one last question: Would it be better to run it in XP mode Service Pack 2 or XP mode Service Pack 3? I'm currently running it in XP mode Service Pack 2.
Forgot to mention one of the steps: I had a registry cleaner (TweakNow RegCleaner 2011) get rid of any traces of the previously installed versions of MMJB in the registry, before I reinstalled another version (I found that it causes issues to leave them on there). Then I deleted the folder from "Programs" just to be on the safe side (so that it was as if MMJB had never existed). I don't know if either procedure was necessary, but some other people had mentioned doing both, and I would rather go through those steps and have everything work than to still have issues.
Forgot to mention one of the steps: I had a registry cleaner get rid of any MMJB .dll or other traces of the previously installed versions, before I installed the next version (I found that it causes issues to leave them on there). Then I deleted the folder from "Programs" just to be on the safe side (so that it was as if MMJB had never existed). I don't know if either procedure was necessary but some other people had mentioned doing both and I would rather go through those steps and have everything work than to still have issues.
Tried MMJB 10 (both versions). Neither worked. I tried running it in XP mode. Nope. No good. Regardless, once I install MMJB, my computer won't start up and I have to do the system repair. I even tried using an earlier version in XP mode. Started seeing what I call "blackouts": my screen will suddenly go black and all sound and everything disappears and stops, and then it will flash back on. Scared the crap out of me the first time. And it never did that when I didn't have MMJB installed.
So, solutions anyone?
I'm a long time user of musicmatch I have tried about 20 other music player. Still come back MM. I installed MM 9 on my windows 7 32 bit. The 64 bit didn't work at all. I had no problem putting it in OS 7 32bit. MM 10 will also work I have tried it. I just like 9 better for me. The only problem I have had with both 9- 10 is that the drag and drop music files won't drag and drop. They won't go into the library or to the playlist either. I'm working on this but as yet still can't find a solution. Any ideas to get this to work would be great. They will go in with ADD to Library botton so I can get them in that . I find the drag and drop better if I only have to add one or two songs to the library. This being the case you can't listen to a peice of music in the playlist before you want to add it to the library. Since you can't drag it into the playlist or tell it to use MM to play it. If I find a fix to this problem I will let all know. The only other player that I like to replace MM at the moment is Jet Audio. Adding files is a bit of a pain it takes a bit of work to get used to it. Best luck to everyone still wanting to use MM.
I was "playing" around testing different Win 7 installs (32 bit and 64 bit) and tested some MM installs mentioned here, and one I found at BrightHub.com.
This install worked best for me: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/88178.aspx
However I have two copies of MM 10.00.4033 I got off the net. One is about 700k smaller than the other, and was released about 2 weeks earlier.
The "smaller" one (26,105k) would not allow me to drag and drop files, or at least I think it was that copy that wouldn't.
With MM and Win 7 who knows for sure?? I uninstalled it, then ran a registry cleaner (Tweaknow - free off net). Then manually cleaned registry of any remaining MusicMatch references and MMJB "folders".
Reinstalling "larger" (26,859k) MM 10.00.4033 as per Brighthub instructions worked! I could drag and drop files into player.
However I had also found that the Recorder would burn files, but you could not play or edit them. I solved this by drilling down drive c: and finding the "My Music" folder through the Recorder tracks directory setting.
Since Win 7 has put the users "home directories" in a different folder than XP. MM seemed to want to run files from the "old" directory even though Recorder puts them in the "new" directory.
As a thought, perhaps simply changing the Recorder tracks directory setting may have fixed the drag and drop ... try that without doing a new install and see!!
FYI: Tested on Win 7 Home Premium 32bit
Thank you for the suggestion’s I tried all for what you mentioned in your reply. I found the MM version you indicated. I’m afraid they did not work. I was able to play a song in MM from a file by double clicking on it so that was a small improvement. As for dragging a file into the library or playlist that still didn’t work. Not sure why it doesn’t if it works on yours. I will keep working it and maybe find a solution to the problem. Run on windows 7 32bit.
I thought I'd check the Recorder Directory Settings and send that out in case your's is still different.
My path says c:\Users\MyName\Music
Also when you re-installed, did you follow through with letting MM try and contact Yahoo?
I was not connected to the net, but let the "contact Yahoo" run through IE until it completed.
On my first try I didn't do this, and MM wouldn't work at all.
I also rebooted upon completion of everything installing.
Hope this helps!!
OK I got Music MM9 into windows 7 professional - Service Pack 1. I hope this works for all of you. Everthing works on musicmatch 9 but the Cd look up. You Can get around that using media player to rip the CD with the minformation no it. Then put that folder into your MM music folders and then drop it into the MM library all the tag info is there and you can change it to your tastes.. Thats how I do it but there are many others ways I'm sure. I'm sure that mm 10 will also work this way but have not tried it. I like MM9 myself. Here's hoping this works for you.
1. Go Start - 2. Control Panel - 3. System and Security - 4. See Action Center -Click on (Change User Account Control Settings)
5. Move the slide bar down to the bottom and click ok. You might have to reboot or sign out as user and back in. Don't change this back at anytime. Action Center will show (Windows Security Center Sevice is turned off) Leave it that way.
K now to install MM9 -
( RIGHT CLICK ) your MM.exe install icon look for (Ttrouble Shoot Compatibitiy) Let it run
Click (Troubleshoot program)
Check The box (The program worked in earlier versions of Windows but won't install or run now) Click Next
Hight Light (Windows XP (Service Pack 3) Click Next
Click The Box (Start The Program) So when you get a chance click next (Click remember Settings) OK
In MM Install I put in the year date that made it look like I was under 13 (eg: 2000) This will stop MM from out going to check Internet
This should have installed it did for me. With all it working parts. CD lookup won't work of course.
I had 5 songs out of 15000 that MM didn't like when I added the music and it shut down. Not sure why this was. If yours did this look at the add song files going in and note the song if it make MM shut down. I REMOVED the song from the file, you might have more than one song in a file so keep checking this. I drag and droped the file into MM after to check it if it happened again there was more than one song causing the problem. Like I said I have five songs that shut down MM in diffrent files or in the same file when added. I had to find them and Remove them from my song files. I fixed the songs by using AVS converter and reconverting them again as mp3. This seemed to work and I could put them back in the files and add them to MM. Don't ask me why this method worked it must have change whatever was in the the old song file.
Hope this was not to long for anyone and hope it works you . I'm listing to my music on MM while I'm Righting this (Smile)
If this works pass it around until something changes it from Microsoft
Hi Just check the CD player after I install MM9. It dosn't work I use Media Player to Rip Music and move that file in MM.
Sorry for some of the spelling I should have checked it closer
I'm pleased to say I have managed to install the MMJB 10 on Windows 7 and 64 bit system and have it working fine until now.
I cannot give a method because it was kind of lucky, but these are the facts:
- With little hope, I installed the 10.00.2058 version which, as many have noticed, installs fine but doesn't run.
- During the installation, a windows update was ready to install as well. At the end of the MMJB installation, it asked to restart the computer. But before doing it, I ran the windows update and then restarted.
- I also had made a small change few days before. I disabled the libraries feature on Windows. You can easily find how on google.
- Surprise! When I ran the MMBJ after restarting it worked! (The only feature not working was the CD burner)
Again, the above is not a method and I couldn't figure out how or why it worked. Maybe is just a matter of having the system properly updated, or having the libraries disabled, or both. I don't know. This happened 2 months ago, and it the program survived all next updates and I even reinstalled it later with no problem. So if you want your MMJB again you can try installing it this way. I only guess it's important to make sure the windows update says 'windows 7 x64 based systems' and to have the manual update mode, so you can decide when to install the updates.
I hope it works for you. Good luck!
There is one big problem with this method The registry hack for disabling the libraries does not work on X64. Precisely what method did you use to disable the Libraries?
Hi - didn't do anything but what I wrote down. I have windows 7 professional 64 bit. It seems to be working fine for the moment. 10 might not work due to how it puts the Library Files in. Don't know I just use MM9. I'm not that much of a tech.
I'm trying method 2 on a new desktop with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 in order to have version 10 working. When I try to install the Yahoo Jukebox, the installer stops at some point and doesn't ever finish. Has anyone had the same problem? Any advice?
I've read through your discussions below and just want to mention the following.
I bought MMJB 10 just before it was taken over by Yahoo. I cannot install version 10 on my new PC with Windows7 Prof Ed, but managed to install version 9 but with the same problem as some of the persons, the program does not recognise my DVD/BD combo drive. It defenately recognises a DVD drive on XP. Is there someone who has a solution to my problem. I'm just to fond of Music Match and won't work on no OS. Regards
Sorry the last sentence should read:" I'm just too fond of Music Match and will use it untill it won't work on any OS any more!
Upgrade your OS to windows 7 ultimate 32 bit and install an uncorrupted version of MMJB 10 and you'll be fine. I did it with no problem and still working up to now. I don't know the problem of these guys I didn't have any trouble doing this. Loof for the uncorrupted version on the internet. It's available everywhere if you just google it. I didn't have to install yahoo mjb.
I have a 64bit PC and use Windows 7 Prof Ed 64bit version. I do not see the point to switch to Ultimat 32 bit for MMJB. I do have an uncorrupted version of MMJB10 but I cannot intall it and am currently using Ver 9 but as I've said without my Bluray combo drive being recocnised by Music Match, so I cannot rip CDs. What a pity, but I think some or other time a genius wil develop the much needed Patch to help all MMJB "die-hards" out. There is no match at this stage for me. Regards
Well, Im just trying to share my experience because all my burners are recognized even the the virtual drives. Whenever I try to put in a blank CD, the burnerplus option for musicmatch automatically kicks in. So ripping isn't a problem for me. You're absolutely right there's no match for musicmatch. I won't trade it for anything out there. Goodluck.
Thanks, I can't figure out why it doesn't happen with my PC everything worked well with XP but I think it's the Bluray drive issue. Hope someone can make a plan.
And everything works well. Even the virtual drives are recognized by MMJB 10. Plus everything is backed up so if something happen just in case, I can bring it back to life just like before. I even use the alarm option to wake me up. GeForce is also working fine because the software-owner upgraded it. What else can I ask for? New skins maybe. Goodluck to all of you guys. Hope you all fix your issues with musicmatch so all of us can enjoy it forever.:-)
Ok may be I must give it a last try. I could never install Version 10 on my PC with Windows 7 Prof Ed but installed MMJB9. I see that there are more than one versions of MMJB 10 which one would you suggest I must install. I have version 10004015c enu. This is the version that does not install. Thank for your help
Install this version MMJB 10.00.4033. It's what I have and it works great no problems whatsoever. Make it a point to be the first software you install. Even before activating Windows Media Player. Make sure you have the uncorrupted version. Works perfectly everytime I double click on it. Forget about version 9. It's for older version of windows. I won't touch that unless I have windows 98. Goodluck you can do it. Never say die.
Ok no luck. I re-installed Windows 7 last week and installed MMJB 9 because I could never install Ver 10 in the past. But with the problems of 9 not seeing my BD drive, so no ripping of burning. So I tried to install 10 for the very last time to see if this can solve the problem, but no success at all. I had to do a system restore to the point before I unintalled Ver 9. I guess I have to quit and keep 9 as is and enjoy the part that works, I just love it. Thanks for you input.
Before you give up, try reformatting hard drive and do a clean install Windows 7 Ultimate and install MMJB 10.00.4033. I tried installing before on W-7 Home Premium and didn't work too. Don't give me that reason that you don't see the point in upgrading to Ultimate. Having MMJB working fully again - isn't that reason good enough to make you upgrade? If you can't do this then I doubt your loyalty to Musicmatch. Don't tell me you love it coz it's all bs.
I found this article on Brighthub.com about installing MM on Windows 7.
Like some other methods, it installs, and runs MM, (MM 10.00.4033), but leaves the program a bit "flakey".
I could burn a cd to my computer, but could not play the files. I also could not supertag them.
I copied in other previously "burnt" mp3 files as a test, and they played fine and could be supertaged.
I didn't go any futher as I was "experimenting" with installing Win 7 at the time, and tested the MM install as well.
So other problems may occur.
Perhaps "playing around" and adding in some of the other methods will get us closer to a solution??
Try this link of the copy of musicmatch jukebox I uploaded at hotfile.com. " http://hotfile.com/dl/93311029/dadffdb/MusicMatch.Jukebox.v10.0.4033.rar.html " I can't remember where I got it from but I just downloaded it from somewhere. Maybe this will help you guys to have a good copy and successfully use it in your system just like I do. I used the same copy in my desktop and laptop and never had a problem so far and it's been a year now or more i think. It's the holidays anyway so why not share something worthwhile. Happy New Year everyone! May this coming year fill your days with vibrant, dynamic rich sound of your music that only musicmatch jukebox plus can deliver. Goodluck.
I downloaded the file you posted, and immediately ran a virus scan on the file. AVG found spyware in it.
Is your Antivirus reporting anything?
As far as I know my file was spyware free when I uploaded it to hotfile. My antivirus and and anti spyware are not reporting anything because it is clean. And as I write this reply I tried to redownload it again and scan it. My antispyware (Malwarebytes Anti-malware) say no malicious items detected even the antivirus (NOD 32) it's a very sensitive one it can detect a virus right away but it's not saying anything. I do scan my system every week for spyware and virus. That file has been sitting here in my system for maybe two years now and I didn't have any problem using it. I know because I downloaded some bad files of MMJB before and they really gave me problems. I don't know what you're talking about. Maybe it's a false positive on AVG's part. These free scanners like AVG produce a lot of false positives sometimes. That's why I don't use them even though they're free at download.com. These false alarms are very annoying. Why don't you scan it with Norton or Kaspersky or McAffee? If they say positive then I would probably believe you. If you have doubts then don't use it. But if you decide to use it anyway, then use it at your own risk as I'm not gonna be responsible to what it may do to your system. I'm just trying to help. Go ahead look for another good file out there. As far as I'm concerned, I think it's a better choice than what any of you guys have here. No wonder you keep having problems installing it or making it run. I don't have any problem installling it and all the features of MMJB Plus are available and working great each and everytime I open the program. Maybe you need to disable those antivirus and anti-spyware while installing it. I don't know, it's the best thing I can do for you guys but if it's not working then goodluck finding one that works...flawlessly.
Ladies & Gents, (POST FROM ABOVE)
TRY THIS, SIMPLE SHORTCUT TO RECTIFY PX.DLL PROBLEM! ALTERNATIVELY YOU COULD USE ".BAT" CONFIG.
1. Install Musicmatch Plus v 10.00.4040.exe
2. Go to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Musicmatch\Musicmatch Jukebox" - Make all exe's run In compatibility mode : Win XP (Service Pack 2) and tick run as administrator.
3. Create Shortcut with following target info:
- "C:\Program Files (x86)\Musicmatch\Musicmatch Update\MMJB\sonic\Px.dll" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Musicmatch\Musicmatch Jukebox\mmjb.exe"
all done! Let me know if this works for you as well.
I hate to tell you this but you should not waste your time with this anymore. Im not being mean or anything. I have been a long time fan of MMJ and would love to be able to use it but its not possible on win7 64 bit unless you have it installed on another 64 bit version of windows and then use the transfer wizard. Otherwise your out of luck. Yahoo has sabotaged the installation of their Jukebox without which it is impossible I repeat impossible to install MMJ on your Win7 64 OS. Its a dead issue until someone either rewrites MMJ (extremely unlikely) or someone sweet talks Yahoo into undoing Their sabotage. Again extremely unlikely. What I use now is Jrivers media juke box. Is it as good as MMJ? No!! not by a long shot. but its about as good as it gets for right now and that really sucks. you do have one alternative though. If you can live with stepping back into the past and installing the 32 bit version of windows any version including Win7 you can get MMJ to run by using the first method That I outlined here many months ago. Best of luck to you.
The method posted by MMJ-Fan (I'm not sure if you're the same person) about installing the Yahoo Jukebox was to make the MMJ work on 64 bit systems if I didn't read wrong. I could run the MMJ 10 on other machines with Windows 7 and Vista of 32 bits without any installation tricks, just by skipping the incompatibility warning and the program worked as usual, so it's clear that is the 64 bit OS what is actually causing trouble. I was just wondering how others managed to install the Yahoo MJ. Now, about the first method, the XP mode is not available for Windows Home Premium or lower so, unless is there a similar software around, the second one is my only choice so far. I would be thankful if someone can confirm if is there an effective method or if it's just impossible as you said. I did my best to read the whole thread but I'm not sure now if something has ever worked.
I am MMJ-Fan. I wrote the post about method 1 and 2. The problem is not Win64 per se. I had Music match running on Win7 64 bit during the beta and afterwards during the commercial release. The problem is that MMJ box was written for older operating systems and even on the OS's it was designed for it was flaky. Even if you are running the 32 bit version of VISTA or Windows 7 you can still have plenty of problems and many people here have. If you read down the posts you will see that. What The Yahoo installer did was patch the OS with a more modern installer that was compatible with later versions of windows. Part of that has to do with registering DLL files but I think there are other issues also. In any case if you had the right MMJ installer and the right Yahoo installer You could under most circumstances get MMJ to run on any 32 bit version of Windows and in most cases 64 bit. However the problem now is that Yahoo has either wittingly or unwittinly sabotaged the Yahoo installer. Without the Yahoo installer it is impossible to install MMJ on 64 bit. The problem is really that The old MMJ installer is antiquated and was not designed for modern OS's. The Yahoo installer solved the problem by properly patching the OS. But since the yahoo installer no longer works properly that is the root of the problem. So Im sorry to say its just not possible anymore. Thanks to MMJ stabbing all of us in the back in the first place and then Yahoo repeating the procedure just for good measure. (just in case you were still moving) I would dearly love someone to solve this problem but you would have to pay some code geek to decompile the installers and figure it out and even then Im not sure that that would work. You would probably need the source code and guess who has that and wont be giving it away?! .....Sigh
Like I said I reccomend going with JRiver. MMJ it is not; but it does have pretty advanced tagging features and you can get Full screen Album art to display, something no other jukebox does.
That's what I wanted to know, thanks. Anyway as I said, I can confirm at least that the program still run on 32 bit OS. I had it on Windows Starter and it worked perfectly. Maybe I don't use all the features so I didn't experience other problems discussed before. All I need is to keep my music files nicely tagged and organized. I'm now trying Helium. Similar interface to iTunes, but more friendly and customizable for my taste. We'll have to get used then and move on without our beloved MMJ.
Finally I did some research and I found an article, but unfortunately I'm not that computer geek so I can't do much further. However I reckon this could give a clue for those who are still trying to find a solution:
Bought a new Samsung laptop R580 model. Didn't like the Windows 7 Home Premium so I upgraded it to Ultimate 32 bit. Deleted all the partition and reinstalled everything. The first software that i installed was Musicmatch Jukebox 104033. The computer was telling me it is incompatible with the system but I said install it anyway and run the program. Amazingly, it worked again perfectly. Wow I couldn't believe this myself. Didn't have to install Yahoo MJB anymore. Used my lifetime upgrade key and it upgraded to jukebox plus. All the features are working and no bug at start up. I 'm willing to do it all over gain anyway if in case it won't work. I am so glad it worked like a charm again and didn't have to use PC Mover Professional anymore. My music remains organized under edit track info again. Registered myself as 11 year old and no update was opted. I think that clean uncorrupted file of Musicmatch which I had archived helped a lot too.
I just bought a Win 7 Dell and wanted to see if by chance MusicMatch would run on it. So I found my old MMJB disk and was disappointed that it was an ancient version 7. What the hell I popped it in, and after telling the PC to run the incompatible software, it installed and ran. I do have some quirks. Some files, maybe 10-15 tracks out of 4,000+, showed up in my library with the last letter chopped off of title, artist, album, etc., so I deleted those and replaced them. That worked. When I click on "Edit Track Information," the title line includes both artist and song title for some reason. I've uploaded music from CDs and have burned two CDs. I miss being able to edit track info right in the library listings as I could in v.10, but I'm not complaining. I'm running a 10-year-old music program on Win 7 and streaming music wirelessly to my stereo system downstairs and, from there, through my wired speakers above my back deck. Awesome. Forgot to say, the software recognized a key and upgraded my features.
While I'm here, does anyone happen to know if any software companies are considering buying the rights to MMJB from Yahoo and reviving it? And apparently I'm not alone in regarding MMJB as more user-friendly and intuitive than iTunes, WMP, RealPlayer, et al. I haven't tried Music Monkey. How would a MMJB fan like that program?
I also loaded older version and it worked but it can't see my recorder so i can't burn. Any insight on this?
When you have musicmatch working just fine in one computer, and want to move it in a new one, don't try installing it again coz it might not work already. For some reason, some people don't want us to enjoy the benefits of having musicmatch anymore. Here's what you need to do instead. Just move your files and programs using Laplink's PC Mover Professional. You might be able to retain the program as well as other settings. I know it worked for me. Just make sure you have the same size of hard drive and operating system.
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