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Unknown errors that i havnt come across before. Anyone ?!?!?!??!


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Ok i just got this this morning. 3-4 weeks ago i finally moved my iTunes library to my Ext and all was working well. This morning i updated all my IOS Apps.
I then went into podcasts and wanted to listen to one. I got the BeachBall and had to force quit.
I then went to open iTunes again and now i get the above Error Msg . . . .

Grrrr please anyone with any suggestions what so ever ??

I have just tried to access the Ext via finder to see what permissions have been changed and when i went ~/user/me/ i got the beachball again and after a Re-Launch of finder i just recieved
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I cant open Finder anymore and what has me worried is THAT NEVER HAPPENS
Suggestions. I am now going to MainMenu it and come back but please i would still like to know the cause of the problem. Yes MM might fix it but i will not explain the reason behind the errors

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Try rebooting the machine. If that doesn't change anything, boot from the instal disc and see if disc utility finds anything wrong.


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Well that was weird as. I could not get into my MM as i got the beachball. i Rebooted and Finder came back but still had trouble getting into iTunes.
I dont know if this has any correlation but i uninstalled Alfred that i installed late last night, was able to get into MM and did a whole system clean up and now i can get back into iTunes.
I am at some stage will reinstall Alfred and see if i get the msg again down the track.
Has me stumped. Things like this i like to know what is/has been the problem to try and not go down that road again. Reading the MM logs didnt give me much either.

Just one of those things ?? I dont believe in that. There always has to be a solution to the problem and thankfully MM or Alfred was it . . . . Not happy knowing exactly why but am happy i can get into iTunes now . . .

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