Consolidating albums on itunes
This will move all your i Tunes media files, from wherever they are stored on your computer, to the i Tunes folder.
Thus, after you consolidated your i Tunes library, all your i Tunes contents will be stored in a single place.
Close i Tunes and navigate to the location displayed in the box to view the i Tunes Media folder.
Drag the i Tunes Media folder from your computer to your flash drive's window to start the transfer.
Click the "File" menu, highlight "Library" and click "Organize Library." Select the "Consolidate files" and "Upgrade to i Tunes Media organization" check boxes, to have i Tunes organize your songs in the i Tunes Media folder. When you make these changes, i Tunes automatically transfers any media files in its library and on your computer into the i Tunes Media folder, so you don't have to do it manually.
Click the "Start" button and click "Computer" to launch Windows Explorer.
Double-click the "Users" folder, then your username folder, and double-click the "My Music folder. Open i Tunes if the i Tunes Media folder is not in its default location, click "Edit" and click "Preferences." Click the "Advanced" button.
The location of your i Tunes Media folder is displayed in the "i Tunes Media folder location" box.
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