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Topic # 100646 15-Apr-2012 21:17
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Hello folks... I have a couple of PCs I'd like to keep in sync, but wanted to move the iTunes folder to another drive.

Done that, but I also noticed that sometimes iTunes downloads content to wrong folders. For example instead of downloading an album to \iTunes\iTunes Media\Music\[artist]\[album] it downloads to \iTunes\[artist]\[album].

Hard to keep things in sync, because I don't want to sync the iTunes folder in sync (where the library files are), only the media folders.

On a fresh install, where does it store downloaded content? I will try and reset the structure to see if I can get it to behave a bit better...

 




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  Reply # 609907 16-Apr-2012 11:50
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Unlike the Mac version, the Windows version defaults to "keep iTunes folder organised" being turned off. I think if you turn this on then it'll behave like you expect.

As for your actual question, I don't know where content goes with a fresh install because I always turn on the "keep organised" option before doing anything :)

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