#1
before you you say it...yes i've used the search bar lol, but i couldnt find anything about my itunes niggle.

okay

well i keep all my music on a separate hardrive and normally it works fine with itunes, but lately i'll plug it in, load itunes, try and play a song, then it'll do that thing with a little exclamation point and i have to manually re add the songs, then i have two of every song and i have to delete the ones with the exclamation points,

SO i was wondering if there was a way to delete the exclamation point songs but keep the actual working songs en mass

its strange though..its never done this before, i think it might because i left my hard drive out for a few days

any help will be greatly appreciated
#2
Check what drive your external is. I use to have this problem, because I used virtual drives, so if i loaded my external after boot, It would read F:\ instead of E:\, so none of the songs would play. If this is the cases there are plenty of places online to help you change your external drive's letter.
#3
View>Show Duplicates

Ctrl+A, delete.

Be wary though, this will also bring up songs that you have 2 versions of, for example a live version or the same track on an album and a greatest hits compilation.
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Check what drive your external is. I use to have this problem, because I used virtual drives, so if i loaded my external after boot, It would read F:\ instead of E:\, so none of the songs would play. If this is the cases there are plenty of places online to help you change your external drive's letter.


Happened 2 me b4. Make sure the drive name that you have saved for itunes to read is the same as it was
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#5
unplug the harddrive, then delete ur entire itunes library, then plug the drive back in, select all songs on it, then right click, and play with itunes, puts them all into your library
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View>Show Duplicates

Ctrl+A, delete.

Be wary though, this will also bring up songs that you have 2 versions of, for example a live version or the same track on an album and a greatest hits compilation.



Wow I reallly misread the title:


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Anyhoo I believe this guy is right , Same-ish thing happened to me.
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