So I managed to double all my music files in my iTunes library. Meaning that for all 9,873 songs in my library, iTunes shows two copies (although there is only actually one on my hard drive), both of which point to the same file. Is there an easy way to delete all the duplicates? From what I can tell, I have two options, A) delete my whole library and then reload it from an external hard drive or B) manually go through and delete all the duplicates. I don't really want to do A unless absolutely necessary because it would delete all the play count and rating info and I don't want to do B because it'd probably take around 4+ hours. I tried consolidating my library, but unfortunately that only adds files, it doesn't check your files and make sure that for every music file you have there is only one representation of it on the iTunes jukebox.