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 ------ I also received later a message telling me to re-install iTunes. How do I do that ?
Also since I have version 8.2.1, instead of re-installing this, can't I just upgrade to the latest version ? In other words is iTunes the "basic" application and all the upgrades are just adds-on (but the base remains the same) or is all upgrade a complete application in itself and thus upgrading would be the same as re-install (= I'm installing a brand new version) ?
Apple Mac Pro/Quad-Core 2,66 GHz 640GB HD, 3GB RAM, Mac OS X (10.6), Safari 4.0.3
I was so happy to see this issue as I am having the exact same problem. I also have a large iTunes library containing 38,468 songs, 114 days, 304 GB. I had added a couple albums at a time and I repeatedly get that message forcing me to quit iTunes. Have you had any resolution with this?