This is no Mp3tag problem.
You have to update the WMP 12 library.
Proceed as follows:
Delete the track from WMP (only remove from the library but not permanently from the file system. Set the options accordingly).
Select Extras>Options>Restore deleted elements.
The just deleted element should reappear with updated information.
I have already deleted all the library, deleted cache, everything and for some odd reason it will not change!! even if I uncheck the add files to library (or something like that) the name and the album artwork appear as the picture i provided. I already deleted all tags in mp3tag.
i just transferred the file to another pc, and it still shows the wrong cover, name song and album, even though i changed it before to britney spears lol so im guessing its not my pc but the mp3 itself... is it corrupt or something? how can i fix it
to reiterate: You are SURE that you have only ID3 tags (no APE tags) and you have only one ID3 tag (ID3v2.3). Add this custom column to your mp3tag (right click on column headings, customize, and click on "new", give it the name "Tag Type" and then enter the following as the value. Leave field and sort by blank:
what tag or tags does mp3tag show for this file with wrong info. I suspect more than one type and you're changing only one and the other program is reading the other.
It shows the album artwork wrong, the name of the album, and the name of the song.
I changed it to toxic from britney (not real details) and it still shows as the picture I posted..
even when i opened with alplayer, although the artist and song name were fine, on the lyrics it still shows the wrong lyrics (actually they are not wrong, but If im changing the name of the artist and the song, why are the lyrics still the same)? is it reading the audio instead?
p.s. where are the lyrics coming from. A tag connected with the file or being pulled from the internet based on song title and artist. In my setup (squeezeboxes) I have a lyric plugin that uses the internet for lyrics but does NOT include lyric info in the tag itself.