itunes 9 libary cannot be saved
i keep on getting an error for itunes
the itunes library file cannot be saved.An unknown error occurred (-48)
i tried changing folder and file permissions but that didn't work. And my computer has been starting up really slowly since this started, and has been sluggish.(Also i cannot get to apple.com, nor the itunes store, i wonder if it has something to do with genius. in fact ill turn it off see if that helps)
also i am using itunes 9.0.1 on a 2 ghz aluminum macbook, and i recently upgraded my HDD, but it was working before the problem started.
any help would be greatly appreciated
lol i closed it and restarted it to see if the genius idea worked, and now i get
the itunes application could not be opened. An unknown error occurred (13014)
tried it twice and on the third time it opened. wtf
ANd i turns out the genius idea didn't work
I got the same error for the itunes... unknown error occurred (13014)
Can any one help?
Solved... here is how...
Had the same issue. My iTunes Library is located on a NAS and after a recent restart, I got the 13014 error when attempting to start iTunes. Following the suggestions in this thread, I deleted the following two Genius related files in my iTunes Library folder:
iTunes Library Genius.itdb
iTunes Library Genius.itdb-journal
Once they were removed, iTunes started up without issue. No restart necessary.
I know it's a repeat of the previous suggestion, but I hope this helps.
I have been trying to find a solution to this problem for months (heres to hoping for an Apple update fix). Thanks memopad for a successful solution.
Also, I found that the iTunes Library Genius.itdb file can stay. It seems to be just files with the extension *.itdb-journal that cause the problem. This includes any other files with that extension, not just Genius files (eg, I had to delete the file iTunes Extras.itdb-journal). As far as I can tell, the problem is with the journaling function of Mac OS formatted drives (HFS+), which windows format drives (such as FAT32 and DOS) do not support.
My drive was a network attached FAT32 drive, accessed from a Mac, however NAS HFS+ drives worked fine, and the FAT32 drive had the same problems when connected directly via USB. It would seem that this problem would be specific to a setup with a non-HFS drive used by iTunes run from a mac.
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