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Hi, I installed the latest version of iTunes and didn't like it so I uninstalled it and reinstalled an older version but even though I used Revo Uninstaller, it did not uninstall a file called iTunes Library.itl.  I have looked everywhere for it but can't find it.  Any ideas on how I can find this file on Windows 10?  Thanks. Here is the message; Pic 1
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hopeleonie earned 500 total points
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Did you try this solution?

https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-6561

Any ideas on how I can find this file on Windows 10?
- These files may be hidden so look up how to reveal hidden & system files on your particular version of your operating system.
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by:Ugo Mena
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Itunes Library.ilt is referring to your iTunes Library file. It is probably a hidden file within your iTunes Folder.
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by:Shabbir Rao
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Why do you need this iTunes Library file?
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I finally figured it out.  Many thanks.  They sure did make alot of changes to iTunes.
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You are welcome.
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