|Sep 29, 2009, 07:37 AM||#1|
Getting my playlists back
I backed up my iTunes Music folder before I formatted my hard drive. I then copied that folder back onto the newly formatted hard drive along with music that was not previously on the computer. The new music that I copied created a multitude of copies and also my playlists though the songs were in there they had exclamation points due to the fact that iTunes didn't know where the music was.
I still have the original iTunes music folder.
If I delete all the music in iTunes and iTunes folder and then copy my backed up copy of my iTunes music folder should I expect to have all my playlists and music back that way it was before I formatted my hard drive?
Any tips to get it back the way it was would be appreciated.
Thank you for looking.
|Sep 30, 2009, 06:24 AM||#2|
Also, for this to work, you should have both of the options Keep iTUnes Media Folder Organized and Copy files to iTunes Media Folder when adding to Library CHECKED in Edit/Preferences/ Advanced in iTunes.
Hope this helps.
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