I was doing multiple tasks on my iMac: playing a few tables poker online, listening to music via iTunes and browsing my external HDD; all on Windows btw, with 2 monitors. Suddenly something went wrong, and both screens turned black and the computer was turned off. I pushed the power button, held the Alt-Option button, and chose Windows 7 again. I did get a message Windows was shutdown inappropriately, but nothing unusual. But when I tried to open iTunes, I got this message: ' The folder "iTunes" is on a locked disk or you do not have write permissions for this folder' After clicking OK, it brings me to the 'Choose iTunes Library' screen. The folder it's referring to, is located on my third partition:  BOOTCAMP (C: ) NTFS,  Macintosh HD (E: ) HFS,  Media (F: ) exFAT. But as I enter the Media (F: ) partition nothing seems out of the ordinary... Does anyone have any idea what I should do? I could just copy the iTunes Library.itl file and move it somewhere else and then load it with iTunes... but I just wanna be careful... Btw I'm sharing the same iTunes Library file with both OS'es, and the same goes for the iTunes Media folder.