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Find missing files in iTunes 10
Authored by: BobbieLee on Nov 15, '11 04:36:39AM
I have found the culprit for the problem. It turned out that when I moved my iTunes library to the external HDD, the drive appeared under one letter: G:\. Now my drive letter appears under H:\ and that is why iTunes would not locate immediately the tracks. After spending some time online I found a program which identified the issue with my missing iTunes tracks and helped me sort out the issue:

iTunes missing songs

I hope this would be helpful to anyone with a similar issue to mine. Just make sure you have the same configuration of your drives as they originally appeared on your PC once you moved your entire library to the external HDD. This is especially important if you have card slots as I do, which automatically take up unused drive letters when you inset a card (in this case the letter G:\ under which my HDD previously appeared was temporarily taken by my card reader once I inserted my MagicGate card - thus making my external drive appear under the next available letter H:\ when I plugged it in).

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