@bmcclure: Thanks for the reply. My API key looks right - comparing what I see in the file you pointed me to and what I see online at the discogs website - they are the same.bmcclure wrote:@Huge:
That could be related to a number of things. I don't receive this error so it's hard to tell from my end, but will try to provide a couple suggestions to hopefully assist. Apologies in advance if it's not helpful
1. Could there be a problem with your Discogs API key?
-Are you sure you copied it correctly? You could check the key listed inside the <AppData>\MediaMonkey\Scripts\DiscogsAutoTagWeb.vbs file to make sure it is exactly right.
-Has it worked for you before, and if so, when did it stop working? Was it after updating something?
2. Is it possible you could have an outdated version of MSXML on your machine?
I see this error occurring a lot with MSXML prior to version 6.0.
If you're not sure, you can check what current version of MSXML you have by using the following tool from Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278674
There can be more than one XML parser installed (and reported by that tool), but make sure MSXML 6 is present.
Just to make sure, you could always try updating MSXML with the latest version from Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/de ... en&id=3988
The discogs tagger has never worked for me - I just installed it and started getting that error message.
When I try to check my MSXML version I get a message to "Please check that COMCT332.OCX exists in a standard path", and then "Due to a lack of dependancies, this OCX cannot run" ... so maybe that's an indication of something wrong - I'll try to investigate that.