iTunes can't read 2 of my music files

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Hi guys!

I was transferring music from my PC to my Mac and there are 933 songs. When I added all the songs to iTunes, only 931 showed up (as indicated on the information bar below).

Where did the other 2 songs go to? Can somebody help?

Thanks.

Oh yes, I forgot to mention that I am running 2009 late MacBook pro 15" with removable battery and am on Snow Leopard. Using iTunes 9.0.3 as well. Thanks!
 
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20" Intel iMac 2.4 Ghz/3G Ram/320HD, Snow Leopard. PBook G4, 1.5Ghz/1.5 Ram/250 HD, Leopard 10.5.6.
Are they definitely in a format that iTunes can read?
 

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No, we can't really help. This is something you'll need to figure out yourself as we can't sit there and look at both of your machines.

Easiest way for you to do it will be to turn on Homesharing in iTunes on both computers. Then use the drop down menu to "Show: Items not in my library". You'll be able to quickly see what one has that the other doesn't.
 
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Oh actually, i first copied the songs into my thumb drive and then transferred them into my Mac. The folder with all my songs have 933 song files but when I add them into iTunes, only 931 appears.

any ideas?
 

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