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What can I do to avoid exclamation marks in front of my music on iTunes?

Asked by brandimae (1points) August 18th, 2008 from iPhone
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pinky134's avatar

The exclamation mark means that the file no longer exists on your hard drive and can’t be found by iTunes. So highlight the song in your library with the exclamation mark and hit Command + Delete.

robmandu's avatar

@brandi, are you storing your music files on an external drive? and then unplugging/unmounting it?

pinky134's avatar

cough yeah, unless there’s an external drive involved somewhere. :)

PupnTaco's avatar

Tell iTunes “Keep my music folder organized.” And don’t move or delete files once they’re in there.

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