Question about Apple iTunes
Had my hard drive die but copied all music from the itunes library to disks. Now trying to move those files from the disk into itunes through My Computer and experiencing "cannot copy file due to cyclic redundancy error" on some, not all, of the songs.
There will be no error if you use software called Long Path Tool to copy any file to anywhere.
Posted on Oct 02, 2015
Files with cyclic redundancy errors means these files are corrupted and cannot be copied. Since you cannot copy these files from your faulty hard disk again then these songs are lost and you need to download them again.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes there is. I can tell you an easy way. Here is what you need to do. Go into the second hard drive. And make a folder and title it anything you want. Then put all of the itunes songs in that folder. Once you do that then open up itunes. And click file add folder to library and select that folder from the hard drive.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
First You Have To go to my music folder under my documents than
1. right click and select properties
2. selecting the security tab
a. if you don't have the securities tab, you need to go to my computer, tools, folder options, view,and scroll down until you see "Use simple file sharing", then uncheck that box and click ok.
3. next, click the add button under the first box, labeled groups or user names
4. type in your account name, i.e. Jon, and click ok,
5. last, it should bring up a window that asks what permissions you want the person to have, click the first option, full control
6. click apply or ok until all windows are closed. this should allow permissions for the user, therefore allowing iTunes to access it.
If it doesnt work you can check link below
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
in the itunes options (preferences) you can specify where your itunes folder resides so it's just a case of specifying the external drive.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Make sure that the music you are trying to sync is not .WMA file types.
To convert other file types into .MP3, please google and install Switch Audio Converter.
After everything has been converted, your songs are ready to be imported to iTunes.
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Posted on Sep 19, 2010
for some reason some of your registry's were deleted from your computer. the solution to this problem is to uninstall your current Itunes software and reinstall itunes.
NOTE:uninstalling iTunes will not delete any preferences, playlists, or content; thing of what you are doing as a manuel upgrade
If you are running Windows Vista/7 goto the Start menu select "Control Panel" from the right column from that menu, select "programs and features" now find iTunes in that list and right click from the right click menu, select the bold option "Uninstall" your uninstall program will gather information about the program and then it will uninstall now click here and it will guide you to the apple website to reinstall iTunes 10
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Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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