I kind of like ripping my audiobook CDs to MP3 using Windows Media Player because it’s free, easy, and comes with Windows. I really like how, when a CD is done being ripped, it can (in theory) auto-eject the CD so I can quickly put in the next audiobook CD. However, this auto-eject never works because of this annoying error:
I have tried all the steps in this article (titled How to disable the “Windows Media Player cannot download media information…” pop-up after ripping a CD without enabling network connectivity.) and it doesn’t work. And I have tried this on other PCs as well.
So then I click OK and it finally ejects. This is so annoying to have to do EVERY TIME. I have read several tips/guides on how to avoid this but none of them work, including the link mentioned at the top of this post. There must be a registry tweak or something to prevent this from happening. I have unchecked everything in the
Networktabs, plus I tried the reg hacks mentioned in the link.
I’m using Windows 10. Version doesn’t matter, this happens on every Win10 version.