Cannot do. Can't "right click" or any any way manipulate these links. I have learned that M4A is an Apple format so obviously poisonous to Win10. Difficulty/impossibility of clearing M4A files from Windows O/S machines is a recognized problem with no apparent fix. Somehow I have been successful in deleting the original downloaded M4A's from my external HDD but they are apparently embedded in my Media Monkey library and not responsive to usual Windows file commands.Lowlander wrote:Right click the offending files > Remove in MediaMonkey.
I begin to think my only hope is to do another fresh install, delete all existing MM.DB files from wherever they exist, and then Rescan my external drive to import all the files anew without the M4A corruption. This will destroy all my metadata editing and all my playlists, I guess. Any suggestions for streamlining/simplifying the process?
Don't bother to analyze the uploaded M4A file--if it is Apple format it clearly won't run on Win10 and is "foreign" in my environment.