Do a "get info" on the iTunes Library folder and see what the permissions are. Make sure you have read/write and don't forget to hit the "apply to enclosed items" button at the bottom.<br><br><br>For Mike
Thanks for helping me so much. Sadly, I don't see an Enable Disk Use option.<br><br>I've spent the entire day trying programs from Macupdate and Version tracker. They either aren't what I need, or find some error or another to hang on. <br><br>I'm grounding my daughter for a solid week for using my computer when she knows she's not allowed to touch it. And I'm thinking of grounding her a second week for lying to me about plugging her iPod in to it. <br><br><br><br>
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