5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 8, 2012 8:14 PM by diesel vdub
Dharshen Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Hi,my itunes is installed in D And it has like 5.04GB left.

 

My C is full so i deleted and installed iTunes in my D but its still saying that my disk is full..

 

Please help.


iPad, iOS 6
  • 1. Re: Help itunes saying my disk is full
    diesel vdub Level 7 Level 7 (21,935 points)

    iTunes cannot be installed on anything other than the OS drive which is always the C drive.

     

    The library and media can be moved to another folder, but the user must do this seperately.

     

    What exactly are the steps you took to "move" iTunes to the D drive?

  • 2. Re: Help itunes saying my disk is full
    Dharshen Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Uninstalled and installed it in D.

  • 3. Re: Help itunes saying my disk is full
    diesel vdub Level 7 Level 7 (21,935 points)

    So you did not actually do anything.

    Uninstall iTunes, then install it properly based on the default selections.

     

    Then move the ENTIRE iTunes folder.  This will move the iTunes library and media files.

  • 4. Re: Help itunes saying my disk is full
    Dharshen Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    The iTunes folder which is in my C/documents/music/itunes/itunesmedia/downloads are in my C.Should i just transfer them to D ?

     

    I dont have anything in D expect for games.Windows 7 64bit

  • 5. Re: Help itunes saying my disk is full
    diesel vdub Level 7 Level 7 (21,935 points)

    Programs must be installed to the C drive to operate properly.  Fix that first.

     

    In Edit > Preference > Advanced, change the library location to where you want to move the folder to.  This can also be done after moving the iTunes library.

    Then close iTunes.

    Copy the ENTIRE iTunes folder from it's current location in C:\users\<user id>\Music to whatever location you want.

    While holding <SHIFT> launch iTunes and continue holding until prompted to create or locate the iTunes library.

    Select the option to location and point it to the new location where you previously copied the iTunes folder.

    Then close iTunes and relaunch ensuring that everything is working.

     

    You can now delete the original iTunes folder in C:\users\<user id>\Music