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Old Dec 10, 2012, 07:29 PM   #1
trevorjim
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iTunes 11 slow deleting at times

Hi all,
My first post!

I have a brand new mac mini with a newly downloaded iTunes 11.
I am running an external 1TB USB harddrive with approx. 93 thousand songs.

My issue as of late (seems since the itunes 11 download) I have intermittent periods of slow deleting of songs or albums. One minute, the songs delete fine. 30 minutes later, it will take 3-4 minutes to delete one song.

I have gone into system preferences and unchecked the energy saver put external hard drives asleep when possible button.

Not sure where else to turn.... Its been a real pain in the rear end!!
thanks for the help
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Old Dec 22, 2012, 10:35 AM   #2
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Stupid me!!
Just realized that its not a external hd issue at all.
All my tunes are on my mac mini HD.

Still cant figure out why its at times (most times) i get the spinning color ball of death when i am deleting either single songs or whole cd's from my itunes library. Could take upto 2 minutes for 1 song. very frustrating and never had an issue with previous itunes 1o.

Any help would be appreciated!!
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