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My Music folder appearing not in Tweek UI special folders

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by oscaroldershaw, Jul 9, 2007.

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  1. oscaroldershaw

    oscaroldershaw Thread Starter

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    Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help me.
    i am trying to designate the my music folder so that it can be recognised by i tunes, as when i try to open this program it fails showing the error notice
    "The folder iTunes cannot be found or created and is required. The default location for this folder is inside the Music folder"
    the apple support site directed me to download and use Tweek UI to change the location of the my music folder, however this folder seems to be unrecognised by Tweek UI as it is not in the list of 'special folders'

    Thank you.
     
  2. gdi1942

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    I would tell Itunes to store in a different location. Maybe you don't have privaledge to that folder. Anways

    Edit-->preferences-->advanced tab-> Change on iTunes music folder location
     
  3. dez_666

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    You could manually create a My Music folder if it doesnt exist and give it 'special' atttibutes yourself :D
     
  4. Triple6

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    Or create the ITunes folder within the My Music Folder if its missing or uninstall and reinstall iTunes.
     
  5. oscaroldershaw

    oscaroldershaw Thread Starter

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    how do i give a folder 'special attributes'?
    thanks
     
  6. dez_666

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    Actually I dont think having a special flag on the folder will change anything. Are you sure the directory exists, and are you sure its your account's My Music you are trying to access? You could always just go into C:\ and make a new directory called My Music..
     
  7. cjw_22

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    oscar...i am having the same problem!!! i've tried everything...did you find a solution? please let me know as soon as you can. thanks!
     
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