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Posted 06 December 2012 - 00:37
I had a similar problem, and it seems the Xbox Music Player uses the indexed locations for the meta data.
all i had to do was allow indexing on my music folder and subfolders, right click on folder > properties > press the advanced button > tick allow files in this folder to be indexed.
took 10 minutes or so to kick in though, dont know how the indexer is scheduled to work.