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Another important note: There are a couple of features in i Tunes that are on by default on Mac but are normally off on Windows.If you're unfamiliar with them, you probably should have them turned on, as they will help keep all of your music tidy going forward.i Tunes works really hard to try and fix these problems, but if you're reading this it means that you're running into problems that i Tunes couldn't automatically work out on its own.No matter how your library became a frustrating mess, there's almost always something you can do to get your library happy again.There’s nothing more frustrating than having to switch computers or log in and out of multiple Apple i Tunes accounts just to access the music, videos, and apps you have downloaded as a different user or on a new device.There are a number of reasons why one might run into this problem; There could be separate libraries for different members of the family, you could have more than one computer (say, an i Mac and a Mac Book), you could have separate files for work and play, or you could have an i Tunes library stored on an external hard drive to free up your computer from your 1 billion song playlist.To regain some room to breathe, I decided to move my collections to an external drive.If the problem is only moving everything inside the i Tunes folder to the external drive, a simple cut and paste would solve it. Nobody wants to re-fill hundreds (or thousands) of song information, re-assign all the ratings, re-paste all lyrics and re-hunt for the cover art.
For example, mis-matched meta data could cause your imported (and as yet non-merged) CDs to be scattered instead of appearing next to / near each other in different viewing modes.
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Most of us have had at least some of these issues, and if you're unlucky most or all of your library can end up like this.
Maybe you moved your library from one hard disk to another, you had to get your library back from an old backup, or maybe your disk was failing and this is what you got after running recovery software.