I have contacted BluOS support but I guess that they are busy, so I was wondering if any on you have suggestions. I have now ripped over 1000 CDs, and it took many months. Slowly, I have been editing the mistakes when a CD can't be found or there is no artwork found. Probably this is more than 100 CDs in total (I have many bespoke folk, jazz and classical CDs). I then though that I would try one last time to rip a Kings of Leon CD that failed previously and this is where the problems set in.... It took a very long time to rip probably over 30 minutes- it did extract 11 tracks which was nice. But, when I looked at the library all the artwork was missing. I tried reindexing several times switching on and off etc etc but this did not work. The option to rebuild the index from scratch has been removed in the latest BluOS. What almost worked was to actually move all the library out of the music share, then reindex and put the music back into the music share and perform another reindex. As I say this worked for most albums, but unfortunately when I tried move some albums ( about 18) off the music share, it said that I didn't have permission. This is odd, checking the permission on the music share does say that I am the owner and that I have the same permissions when compared to all the albums that worked. Also for many of these albums, they now have the wrong art work despite having the right artwork in their folder (they were also ok before). I can't delete the files or edit them to correct them. I don't know how to fix this. It looks like the mapping of the files has gone astray, apparently this sometimes happens in windows and android. I have also tried reset the player to factory settings to no avail. I am a bit concerned that in the future if I spend hours editing things to be nice then I might lose it all because of these kind of things. It would be great if anyone had any thoughts. Thanks, David
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