1889 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 5, 2010 6:45 AM by bj4mac
Have a backup that you made before testing any software you're developing developing on your computer?
Here's information about library files [http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1660] Check the library file folders and see if you have an older one you could open instead, or perhaps the .xml file (and again, just work with copies in case something else goes awry).
Thanks for your feedback. I did discover that I had a back-up that was within a few weeks, and this restored things to, pretty much, what they were before.
It is troubling that Parallels would allow the windows version of iTunes to write to the Mac version of iTunes Library - if in fact this is what happened. Especially, if Parallels never asks the user if they would like to do this.
Anyway, I learned from this incident to back-up iTunes Library before I go messing around.