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You're right Glen, I don't have plain NXT 3.

 

Can you amplify on what's happening for you, please? Is the Edit Song Information program not opening, or is it opening but something else is going wrong?

Did you get any error messages during installation of the suite?

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Hope that helps!

Edited by d_deweywright
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Ah, the frequent tasks listing page! That large blue "I" stands for information. If you frequently used the program to make mp3 discs, That icon would appear with a large blue "mp3" over it.

 

Could you explain the issue of "not registering"? Could you tell us how you are editing the tags? If you see a note about not found or not identified, that piece of music may not be in the database in a way that the program can't find it. Sometimes you will get Chinese characters if the database makes a mistake.

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Who are you posting to, Steve?

 

This was a 9-month dead thread until Yah-2008 posted a 'Thank you' yesterday. The original poster hasn't logged in since 30 April last year, so there's not much point asking him to explain anything.

 

Cheers,

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