1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 18, 2010 10:42 PM by Michael Orlinski
Michael Orlinski Level 2 Level 2 (265 points)
I received a message "The iTunes library file cannot be saved. There is not enough memory available."

I received it several time, once it also added:
(error -50)

What does that mean ? Not my Music Folder in iTunes, is it ?
I know it can handle 32.000 songs.

I have, it says at the bottom:
3716 songs, 240 days, 24.64 GB

When I received this message I was downloading a movie and thought it refers to that.
While it said "…cannot be saved" I saw the movie being downloaded apparently without problems, waited 2-3 minutes and indeed it was saved, so why the message ? (if it refers to the movie).
But it says "The iTunes library" file cannot be saved. So coincidence ? Nothing to do with movies ?

In any case, I want to know what it means and also how can I add more memory ?

NEW: Now iTunes doesn't open at all when I click on the icon on the dock.

Apple Mac Pro/Quad-Core 2,66 GHz 640GB HD, 3GB RAM, Mac OS X (10.6), Safari 4.0.3