|Jun 15, 2010, 04:23 AM||#1|
Time Capsule and iTunes
Ok, I have a macbook and an iMac, I am using a Time Capsule to store files that I may want to access on both (within the home)
I have put all my iTunes on it as a 80g HD is not enough on a macbook for all the songs, vids, etc.
It worked when a wired HD was with the iMac but now its wireless iTunes seems to forget some of the songs. Not all of them just some of them. It happens when I Sync my iPhone with the Macbook. The capsule has been on the whole time and I just leave it on all the time so its on before the macbook or imac.
When I click "get info" the file path is the same as what I would manually enter, so why cant they be found?
|Jun 17, 2010, 02:08 PM||#2|
For some reason the time capsule's hard drive won't 'wake up' when you try to access it's file wirelessly via iTunes and iTunes claims it kind find the file. Kind of annoying.
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