#1
I moved my "My Documents" from the C drive to the G drive. So now a good half of my music is not able to be played on itunes. When I double click one of my songs it says: "cannot locate the document". Itunes then asks me to Locate the document, which is very easy, but very time consuming....is there a quicker way. And I've already googled.
#2
No.
Edit: Just lump it all into a folder then click "add folder to library" in the file menu.
I think it's time for a change.



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#3
Remove everything from your library, put all your music in one folder, and click "add folder to library" to add it all at once.

That's what I did when I got an external drive.
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#4
Yeah, the other guys seem to have the right idea here. Just delete the files with the (!) and then put em all back in.
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#5
Quote by DSchmitty
Remove everything from your library, put all your music in one folder, and click "add folder to library" to add it all at once.

That's what I did when I got an external drive.

+1, it's actually really easy and fast.
#6
Quote by AVA_Plus44_182
+1, it's actually really easy and fast.


Not when you have upwards of 100 gigs like I do.
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#7
Quote by Survivalism
Not when you have upwards of 100 gigs like I do.

That will take a while longer, but at least you don't have to go searching for each individual one.
I think it's time for a change.



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