Itunes Folder Cannot Be Found Vista
If you're not sure if you have an administrator account, learn how to log on as an administrator.Youcan also refer to your computer's help system, contact your IT department, or visitsupport.microsoft.comfor This was a hard decision to make to return it but as it is fairly new it wasn't too much of a problem. I run Windows Vista and cant seem to find a My Music folder. I just want to thank you. check my blog
Which one should be changed?thanks very much Reply Martin December 29, 2008 at 11:19 pm # You need to change both locations if you want to move the my music folder. I downloaded ITunes 7 and it worked properly and I thought great. I am so frustated. Your music database will now be blank, but your music files should still be available in the iTunes Music folder located in one of the locations noted above.
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Reply Heather Deuter January 4, 2009 at 8:52 am # I found the two registry locations but I don't know how to "make sure they point to a valid path on All rights reserved. This fixed the problem. After all you can see all your purchases in yours account but cannot get to them.
You should see a dialog similar to the following:How you proceed from here depends on if you already have a iTunes library on the computer, or if you have never had If iTunes would give the full path it is looking for I could have figured it out no problem. Reply Report Tom- Jul 5, 2010 03:59PM OMG this has saved my life thankyou Reply Report Shamrocky- Aug 11, 2013 11:36AM Just had this problem with the 11.0.4 upgrade and your Attempting To Copy To The Disk Macintosh Hd Failed The Required Folder Cannot Be Found I am not interested in reading all the bickering between people on the forum, some blaming Apple and some blaming Microsoft.
What gives? Unknown error occurred (-54) so then went ahead and updated iTunes on my pc and it is still coming up as the same error any help please Craven says June 11, Reply Craig April 26, 2009 at 6:21 pm # Thanks Mike.
June 19, 2009 at 4:57 pm # PEOPLE GO WITH WHAT MIKE SAID!
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Somebackground processes can cause issues that prevent applications like iTunes from installing. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-63219-itunes-cannot-find-my-itunes-folder Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks, but it doesn't work... The Folder Itunes Cannot Be Found Or Created Mac Reply Report ausie- Oct 25, 2009 06:54AM same story as the rest. Can't Find Itunes Library All rights reserved.
you are saviour. click site Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - iTunes videos and Vista by mcgirly / July 24, 2007 12:52 PM PDT In reply to: There is a Microsoft hotfix so...anybody out Thanks! When I copied the file to an external NAS drive on the network at home, it plays perfectly.I have Vista Ultimate and don't have the Dreamscape software. Itunes Update
At first I deleted Itunes Library.itl because another site said it would work just the same. Ezgameyup 152,049 views 2:07 Quick solution to ''iPod cannot be synced'' problem - Duration: 7:49. My set up is a dual core (2.13Gz) with 2GB of ram, im running vista home premium with RAIDed drives,2*250GBs.Im curious what commonalities we are all having with this issue. news To solve the issue, I had to do the following steps.
I have been non stop uninstalling, downloading, visiting the Bluewater Apple store, visiting PCWorld, and nearly crying as I used to have itunes but for some reason couldn't use it. Itunes Library Location Loading... So for subsequent launches (after the one where you've gotten past the error message) you shouldn't have to do a "Choose library" when launching iTunes in order for your library to
It cant get any easier than that.
Thanks. Risks are inherent in the use of the Internet. thanks! Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - There is a Microsoft hotfix by zoszos68 / July 18, 2007 12:41 PM PDT In reply to: I Tunes and vista and problem
Is this doomed to fail since I'm behind a work firewall/admin privleges? You can also subscribe without commenting. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Does for me. More about the author Add comment Helpful +0 Report Gregb7677 Jul 17, 2009 07:38PM Thank you Very much!
If you haveWindows Vistaor later: Choose "Run as administrator." If you haveWindows XP: Choose Open. it was driving me crazy and your solution worked. This was simple to follow and worked.Perfect. Reply El September 16, 2009 at 8:16 pm # Me too, you saved my laptop from a watery grave Mike.Anyone else having problems with this fix, try holding the SHIFT key