I had the same problem before, it may be the way you are adding the music files to the fuze. Are you doing the “drag and drop” method via your windows explorer? If you are, then that may the reason why your album art is not showing up ( or 1 album art is showing up for all your various tracks).Sorry, I’m not computer savvy so I can’t really explain the technical jargon of why Windows Explorer (MSC) doesn’t paste on the proper album art to the proper tracks, but in layman’s terms… If you have various different songs with different artists (obviously with their own different album art) all in one folder, then when the folder gets transfered to the fuze, for some reason the windows explorer can only read one album art ( usually from the most recent song added in that folder), and tags that one album art to all the different songs you have in that folder.
Solution I found to this windows-brainfart is to “drag and drop” folders only with the same album art ( albums, box-sets, etc.), and when you pull up the songs on the fuze, then all your album art should be displayed correctly. I found that procedure can be tedious and tiresome for someone like me that sorts his music folders by genre’s ( My Alternative Rock folder = 300+ songs, HipHop = 420+ songs), so it’ll take way too long for me to separate those 2 folders alone into dedicated album folders. So an easier way to have correct album art displayed on your fuze would to go MTP mode (windows Media Player). If you don’t have your music you want loaded already in your WMP, then simply right click over the folder in your Windows Explorer and go to " Add to Windows Media Playlist", then open up your WMP (with your Fuze connected to the PC) and it should detect your Fuze already, just click the SYNC tab near the top of the screen and a drop-down menu should pop up, click “Sync Now Playing List to Sansa Fuze”. Windows Media Player always loads up the correct album art to the correct song for me. HTH