Itunes transfer issue

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2013-11-06
I have a customer who wanted to get a larger drive. i used acronis and imaged
his 250GB drive to a 1 TB drive. When I transferred the data and loaded up the
new drive, the i-tunes did not show all the music. His old drive had about 100
gigs in his itunes file and about 40 playlist. The new drive only shows 75 gigs
and 36 playlist. The files are there because both drives show about 100 GB in
the itunes music folder, but it just doesn't show it all in Itunes. Is there a
way to get the additional 25 GB into the itunes folder?

Also, to add insult to injury, when I pull up the old drive now, the music is
there but the playlists are gone. I exported the playlist, but they won't

Computer is running Vista home premium.

Any suggestions?
Question by:gtdidea
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    Don't remember how I fixed the issue.

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