5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 30, 2009 10:59 PM by Katrina S.
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This is EXTREMELY frustrating. I lost my iPod and just got a new one. I connected it to my computer only to discover that there is NO MUSIC or any of my other files in iTunes!

After spending the past two hours trying to figure out what happened, I've discovered that iTunes has created a new set of library files (such as iTunes Library.itl) on my c drive but all of my iTunes files are located on a network drive (which I have mapped as the m drive). iTunes won't read those files, even when I delete the new (wrong) ones it just created on my c drive. FYI, I'm using Windows 7.

Without question, iTunes is one of the most aggravating programs around. Any ideas on how to get my music back so I can use my new iPod??

Windows 7