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i had iTunes on pause for about one night, i went out, came back and now it cant locate any of the songs, yet when i click locate songs, i can find it just fine and it works, but then i have to do it for EVERY SONG. any ideas on what happened and how to fix it?
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Best suggestion i can give you is to uninstall iTunes and reinstall it.

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will i lose all my songs?
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will i lose all my songs?

No, only the installation files will be deleted during the uninstallation.

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well, i have all my songs into iTunes, and not backed up anywheres else, so if i delete iTunes, wont my songs go with it?
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You won't lose the songs, but if you're that worried, then just install over the top of the old installation of iTunes. You could also find your songs and copy/paste them to another part of your hard drive and then copy them back after you are done uninstalling and reinstalling the program.

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