|Please turn off Windows Media Player before performing the following methods.|
- Click Startand then enter regedit in the search box. Click regedit at the top of the search results.
- In Registry Editor, move to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Preferences , right-click on the blank area on the right, and then click New, DWORD (32-bit) value in order.
- Name the newly created item, DWORD (32-bit) value., LargeAlbumArtSize, and then double-click LargeAlbumArtSize.
The DWORD (32-bit)Value name is case sensitive.
- In the DWORD (32-bit) vauleEdit screen, enter ffffffff as the Value data and then click OK.
- Create one more DWORD (32-bit) value using the method described above.
- Name DWORD (32-bit) value, the newly created item SmallAlbumArtSize and double-click SmallAlbumArtSize.
The DWORD (32-bit) value nameis case sensitive.
- In the DWORD (32-bit) value Edit screen, enter ffffffff as the Value data and then click OK.
- Rename the original album art file as folder.jpg and then copy and paste it into the folder in which the corresponding music file is.
When the Copy File pop-up window, click Copy and Replace.
- Run Windows Media Player and you can see that the album art is displayed correctly.
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Article ID: 2624662 - Last Review: Feb 14, 2017 - Revision: 1