I've been without broadband at home for about a year now. During that time, I fed several CDs into the Rio Central which needed internet lookups.
Of course, at the time, it could not connect to the internet, so it left them as "artist XX album XX". Then, using Emplode or Jemplode, I went in and hand-corrected those tags.
But now I'm on broadband again, and the player is connected to the internet 100 percent of the time. If I were to go into its internet connection menu right now it would give me an option for "connect to the internet now to retrieve track data (7 albums)?". If I were to select that option now, it would overwrite my carefully hand-edited tags for those albums with clumsily-entered tag data from the public CDDB.
Since I'm on broadband again, I *do* want to be able to use the internet CDDB lookups, because it's useful in the more general sense. But I *don't* want it to try to make any corrections to what's in there right now.
So how can I clear that "cache" of albums-yet-to-be-looked-up? So that it doesn't think there's still any pending lookups. Is there a file I can edit or delete at the shell prompt?
I'm sure I've asked this question before, I just don't remember the answer.