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Itunes When I try to launch iTunes on my PC I'll get the following message; "The folder iTunes cannot be found or created and is required.The default location for this folder isinside the music folder" We are several users of this PC and Itunes works fine for others. What should I do???? Hawkeye

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You are using this computer as a limited user get the guy who is using this computer with the administrative rights to create this folder for you while use his account, i.e. make the file to your user acoount application data for you and then you try in your account.
Or the guy can just run the setting for loading itunes in your account using the run as option for him(or her) to create the folder for you.

The idea is where this folder is supposed to be created you dont have access rights to create the folder in your name.

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