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How do I get the exclamation marks off of the songs on my iTunes?

Asked by troubleinharlem (7991points) December 5th, 2009

The ones that are by the un-playable songs.

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buckyboy28's avatar

The exclamation point means that the song needs to be re-located. It could mean that you sorted your music, and the songs are not in the place where iTunes thinks it should be.

Double click on the song and then use the locate feature to show iTunes where it is now.

Then, go to Edit>Preferences>Advanced and then click the “Keep iTunes Media folder organized” to avoid getting your music “lost” again.

troubleinharlem's avatar

@buckyboy28 ; it is set for that. xD
i just want to know how to get rid of them.
it’s really tedious to go through and delete them one by one.

belakyre's avatar

Uh…as far as I know, you’d just have to go about and delete them one by one…there isn’t any way to mass delete.

smartfart11's avatar

Yeah, I have to double-click mine, go to documents, then music, then iTunes, then find the name of the song and it will go away and I can play it!

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