You will have to download the Mp3tag that you can get for free from the internet – but you can it can be worth a donation, especially because the Media Player 12 no longer has got an Advanced Tag Editor.
Once you have done the above, you will do the following:
You will go to File, and then look for Add Directory.
Next you will need to locate and select the album that is showing the following error code: 0x8007000D.
You will have to choose all the songs.
After that you will right click and then you will select Remove Tag.
Maybe you are trying to change to a metadata that is not compatible with your OS. Try to upload the music file in www.skydrive.live.com and use your valid Live ID. Or register if you don't have one yet. You can also change the data tagging from ID3 version 2.4 to 2.3.
Before modifying the metadata of an MP3 audio file, make sure the file is not in “read-only” state because if it is, you can’t modify anything. To check the file’s attribute, right-click the MP3 file you want to check then select “Properties”. In the MP3 file Properties window, in “General” tab, make sure “Read-only” is not checked.
If the box is checked, uncheck it then click “OK” to disable read-only. Try editing the metadata again then see if it works. Another way to edit an audio file’s metadata is with Windows Media Player. Start Windows Media Player then load the MP3 file you want to edit. This will automatically play the file. Stop the playback then go to “Library” tab.
Select “Songs” on the left pane then locate the MP3 file you opened. Under “Title”, right-click the MP3’s title then select “Advanced Tag Editor”.
In the Advanced Tag Editor window, change the information or metadata like the title, genre, track number, BPM or beats per minute, album, artist, and so on. When you are finished, click “OK”.