On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 00:34:01 -0700, Websken
>Thanks Adam, So does that mean that there isn't a solution to the problem?
>What I can't understand is why it has only gone through half the list (the
>numbering stops at 22) but left the rest of the list -about another 400
>titles - in alphabetical order, which is how I want it sorted.
Sort of... What's happening is Vista is reading the metadata in the
file, some have track numbers, others don't.
I should first explain I didn't use Media Player when I started to rip
my music collection, rather I used Roxio's Easy Media Creator 9... but
ran into the same problem you did. I just bit the bullet and renamed
the files manually.
However, I discovered this. If you're ripping a CD and you want to use
Media Player directly you can override options by bringing up Media
Player, then click on the Rip tab, then More Options then click on the
File Name button. From here you can decide which options you want
included including a option to NOT include track number. Wish I would
have found it too.
Somebody wrote a broke that gets pretty deep into Media Player. A good
chunk of is on a web site linked below. More on this topic is included
several pages in plus a bunch of other interesting stuff some may fine