#1
Yes, this should be in the ipod section but this is going to be long


When i get Limewire music it usually goes to my shared folder, but its not, i dont knwo where it goes and its pissing me off, i cant get new music becaus i dont know where my limewire sends it and i want to change it back to my shared folder

also, if i uninstall my itunes and reinstall it would i lose my music that i bought??


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#2
Can't you just:

Right Click > Open Containing Folder? (Or something of the like)
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#3
Right click what


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#4
You can usually do a search for the file title. If you're running a Windows OS:
Start>Search.
Type in the file name, and see what it comes up with.

And as far as uninstalling Itunes, the Ipod's have a function that will re-sync your purchases, as long as your computer is authorized to play them. That's not all that reliable, though, so I'd back your library up to your Ipod.

Full instructions here
#5
Search for a song you downloaded, and then you'll know where the rest of them are.
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#7
dont use limewire asshole
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#8
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Search for a song you downloaded, and then you'll know where the rest of them are.

so this, or...
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#9
after u download it, search for it.

If u have Windows,

1) Start menu
2)Search--------Files and folders
3)Pictures, Music and Video
4) type in file name
5) click search
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