3601 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 4, 2010 11:03 AM by AustinASB
If you delete the itunes folder on your PC, you will also delete all the music and itunes content that is stored in its subfolders.
Assuming you are using the defaults for itunes, this is where everything is stored.
Don't delete the itunes folder unless you have a backup of all your content!
Your content is either stored in a subfolder named "itunes\itunes music" or "itunes\itunes media".
Austin, Can you tell me how you resolved your issue? I am receiving the same error message from Microsoft when I try to open iTunes and/or Quicktime. I can no longer access iTunes. Not sure what happened to cause my issue, could be a newby ipod user in the house or my computer guy did some updates and cleaning files on my computer. Hope you can give me some insight. Thank you!