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Runing MusicMatch Juke Box in Windows 7

by luenbore / April 23, 2011 8:45 AM PDT

I want to edit song titles adding all the information regarding artist, composer, etc. MusicMatch JukeBox was an excelent program to do it; unfortunately Yahoo bought it and buried it.
Anyone knows how can get it to run on Win 7? If not, is there a similar software I can get to tag all my music efficiently?

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 23, 2011 8:59 AM PDT
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I have run Musicmatch for many years on all of my computers.
by elfab1 / February 13, 2012 5:25 AM PST
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Musicmatch runs fine on Windows 7. Iuse Version 8.2 I like it best.

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Running Musicmatch Juke Box in Windows 7
by lynnmeek / December 15, 2011 9:20 PM PST

You can run Musicmatch Jukebox in Windows 7 but it does require a little work. What you have to do is run it in what is called a Virtual Machine. The virtual machine software can be downloaded from Microsoft free. The Virtual Machine actually allows you to run the Musicmatch Jukebox in the Windows XP Mode. Most people will probably not want to go through the trouble of installing the virtual machine and keeping it updated just like you would a normal XP system but it does work because I have done it.
If all you want to do is be able to edit your song titles, artists and etc. You are probably better off to use something like MediaMonkey to do your editing. Hope this helps you.

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Musicmatch 7.5 and Windows 7
by willywilson51 / June 10, 2012 10:14 AM PDT

There were issues running Musicmatch 7.5 (and earlier) on XP SP3 with IE7. There were work-arounds to this, but the problems were a compatibility issue with IE7. It work fine with IE6.
However, I now run Windows 7 with IE9 and installed and Musicmatch 7.5 installed and works just fine. It edits tags, burns, and does all the things it supposed to do. There were the normal Windows 7 warnings during installation, but just proceed through these.

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