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Hi,
Does anyone have a clue as to how to get the 'CDDB Server' to get the track names of a CD (store purchased ) I would like to (as in the past) Add to my iTunes Library?

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Add them to iTunes > right click > Get Track Names. Simple as that.

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Thank you, but I did , as in the past, ask for 'get track names' AND the same message appears asying there is a problems with the CDDB server'
thsi is new with the Mountain Lion update I have. It walways worked with pruchased CDs.
anyone have an Idea?
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Does it do it with all CDs or only a select few?

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Thank you. Positive. It toes it with all my CDs and they all have been purchased .
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Been out of town. thank you for reply. yes, it does it with all CDs
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