JonW wrote:Here is a fix for all this (Well, worked for me anyway ):
Go to your roaming profile directory and create a folder called MediaMonkey. The next time MM scans a disk it will create the missing CDPlayer.ini there and all will be well!
That is: you need to create this folder (Win7, might be slightly different in Vista - In XP will be completely different!):
The quickest way to do this is:
- Paste (or type) %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming into your Explorer address bar and press return
- In the window that opens, right-click and create a New > folder
- Give the folder the name MediaMonkey and you are done
For those who have come across cmd.exe you can do the above by pasting the following onto the command line:
(or create a batch\cmd file with that as the only line and run it)
Looking at the file access process, MM tries to access CDPlayer.ini in this folder but just gives up if the folder isn't there. Normally you would expect it to try to create the folder, or look in the 'Local' area and try there (which is where all the other MM files are, and probably where it should be putting the file).
Apart from that MM is great - keep up the good work
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