Hey, all! I'm running the newest version of iTunes and have a large personal video library. Because of the hard drive space used, I've recently done a bit of moving of the files, which resulted in all of them showing as "missing files" in iTunes. In the past this wouldn't be an issue because I could just try to "get info" on one, locate the file, and then iTunes would prompt you asking if you wanted to try and locate other missing files in the same location, to which I'd just say 'Yes' and be done. The problem is that in the newest version of iTunes, it doesn't ask this. I've tried resetting warning dialogs, looked all over in settings and don't see anything anywhere that will do an auto-locate kind of thing. Going in and re-targeting over 1,000 files individually is a daunting enough task to where I'd really like to figure out a better solution. Anyone have any ideas? EDIT: To clarify, my library is too large to be held on a single HD, which is why I can't just have iTunes auto-organize it into one mass library location like the newer iTunes versions are able to do.