Back when I first got my MacBook my iTunes library was small enough to keep on my MacBook's 80GB hard drive. After awhile as my library grew I had to move it onto a file server I have in my house cause it would no longer fit on the MacBook's drive. All I did to accomplish this was I moved the iTunes Music folder to the file server and in the iTunes preferences under advanced I just changed the iTunes music folder option to point to the folder's new location. Just recently I upgraded to a 250GB drive in my MacBook so I wanted to move the library back off of the file server. So I just moved the folder back and pointed iTunes back to the new location of the music folder. The only problem is every time I try and listen to any song it goes and connects to the file server and tries to play the song off of the file server instead of off the internal hard drive. I have tried everything i can think of to get it to play the music on the local HD. I even opened the iTunes Library xml and did a find and replace on the old path of the music folder to the new path. I am out of ideas, does anyone have any idea why I'm having this problem or how I can fix it? Thank you.