Media Monkey pop’s up with error message

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I have been using Media Monkey for sometime now. I haven’t been having any issues, but lately after the upgrade to MM 129 I have been getting error message pop ups.

The previous Version of 2. X MM did not come up with any error messages on my Windows 7 Ultimate machine. This error keeps coming up repeatedly, when I try to go to the last played list or if I go and select anything from the playlist.

The error occurs in a loop and keeps coming back again and again. As a result this I am having to play just one single song for a long time.

Here is what it comes up with:

Error executing SQL “SELECT Songs.IDArtist,Played.PlayDate

 

There was a problem querying the database: Error executing SQL “SELECT Songs.IDArtist,Played.PlayDate FROM (Songs INNER JOIN Played ON Songs.ID=Played.IdSong) Inner JOIN Artists ON Songs.IDArtist =Artists.Artist Like ‘Royksopp’ ORDER BY Played.PlayDate DESC “: no such column: Songs.IDArtist(1,1)
 
Is there some place where I can enable the logging, to check what is exactly happening?
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Answered By 0 points N/A #85520

Media Monkey pop’s up with error message

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Dear Mark,
 
MediaMonkey is a media application, which plays media files (songs) and other files using plugins (videos). It has freeware and GOLD version (Buying the application).  Your MediaMonkey copy may be corrupted or it may be attacked by a virus or the update of the application might not completed fully.

 

You can try the following:
 
  • Uninstall the application.
  • Reinstall the application again with recommended settings and with necessary plugins.
  • Add all media files (songs, videos) to the application's media list.
  • now open the application and play media files again.
  • If you need to download the latest version of this application, here are some links:
 
 
 
Answered By 0 points N/A #85521

Media Monkey pop’s up with error message

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Your Media Monkey software may be damaged. You have to uninstall it, reinstall a fresh one and perform all the necessary settings and plugins, and then try to use it again. I hope that will be all.

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