On Windows 7, inserting a CD (or attempting to edit the properties of
tracks on a CD) will fail to correctly look up and save the album properties
causing all track attributes to be unknown.
This occurs because track attributes are saved to a file called cdplayer.ini
which can only be edited by a user with admin rights.
There are three workarounds to this problem:
1) Run MediaMonkey as Admin (i.e. right-click on MediaMonkey and 'Run as administrator')
2) Change the permissions of cdplayer.ini so that it can be edited
a) Log in as Administrator
b) Find CDPlayer.ini in C:\Windows or C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows
c) Right click on the file -> Properties -> Security
d) Edit Permissions
e) Select Users and Enable Full Control to CDPlayer.ini
f) Click Apply then OK and lastly OK to confirm Properties change
3) Add the CD into library (Right-click and select 'Add/Rescan tracks to library') and CD info will be stored in your database