ITunes For Mac :: Library Files Cannot Be Saved - Error 54

Jun 17, 2014

I got this iTunes warning today error 54 what does it mean and what has possibly happened?

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ITunes :: Received Error: "The ITunes Library File Cannot Be Saved. An Unknown Error Occurred (-54)?

Jun 13, 2012

How do I fix this error message?It reads: The iTunes Library file cannot be saved. An unknow error occurred (-54).

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iTunes

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ITunes :: Error Saving Library Cannot Be Saved Error (-54)

Mar 8, 2012

after installing the latest itunes update march 8th 2012 an error started to show that said error saving itunes library cannot be saved error (-54) or something like that.im using OSX Lion

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MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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ITunes :: Library Cannot Be Saved (Error -54)

May 16, 2012

iTunes Library cannot be saved (Error -54)

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Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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ITunes For Mac :: Library File Cannot Be Saved / An Unknown Error Occurred (-54)

Jun 17, 2014

Dialog box keeps opening with message Itunes Library file cannot be saved.  An unknown error occured (-54). 

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iMac, OS X Server

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ITunes :: Library Cannot Be Saved

Jun 14, 2012

Constantly getting an error message that the iTunes library cannot be saved. I then quit iTunes and it won't reopen. I have to restart the computer.

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ITunes :: Its Library File Cannot Be Saved

Apr 26, 2012

I constantly seem to be getting the error above.I have searched the internet but no one else seems to have the error.

Info:MacBook Pro 15" 2.53Ghz, 4gb, 320gb hd, Mac OS X (10.6.1), LED Cinema Display & iPhone 3GS (3.1.2)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Replace Library Files With A Saved Copy Which Is On Desktop?

May 27, 2012

How can I replace my library files with a saved copy whic is on my desktop?

I have lost bookmarks, contacts, etc

Info:
MacBook
Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Hardware :: ITunes Library Saved To Time Capsule?

Dec 1, 2010

Recently I purchased a 1TB Time Capsule. I have it downstairs, plugged into my modem and it's working as my wireless router as well as external HD, I also have an Airport Express plugged in upstairs, set up in bridge mode to extend my network so I get strong coverage everywhere in the house. Now my collection of around 3500 mp3's are currently stored on my unibody 13" Macbook, but I want to know if it's possible to save all of my music - and any other content I download straight to my TC, and then run iTunes as normal.

Just using the TC as the source rather than a file on the HD in my Macbook? Just trying to free up some space is all. Will I be hearing glitchy playback if it is possible? Is it simply a case of finding my iTunes library, cmd+A, copy all files to TC, delete original files off HD and then resetting the file location under iTunes preferences? I don't want to try this yet until I'm told I can in case I screw up and lose my library.

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ITunes :: Remove Saved Voice-mails From Library?

Jun 11, 2012

I saved several voicemails from my landline (Comcast Digital Voice). They are saved in a folder in my Documents folder but also are showing up in my iTunes library. They are saved as .wav files. I want to keep them (one is my last voicemail from my dead mom) but I don't want them showing up in my library of songs in iTunes, being synced with the rest of my songs on all my devices. Is there any way to remove them from my iTunes library while keeping them saved on my hard drive in my Documents folder? 

Info:
20" iMac 2.4 2GB, Mac OS X (10.6.6)

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ITunes :: File Cannot Be Saved - An Unknown Error Occurred (-54)

Apr 26, 2012

Everytime I open my iTunes I get one of two errors.  The one in this title is the latest and it is annoying. 

The second I think has to do with Genius, states it cannot connect to the iTunes store at the moment. 

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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ITunes :: "Its Library File Cannot Be Saved"

Apr 22, 2012

I am not very tech oriented, so if someone can help me fix this problem in laymens terms that would be amazing!

Info:MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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ITunes :: Error Message: Itunes Library .itl Cannot Be Read Because it Was Created By A Newer Version

May 24, 2012

error message: itunes library .itl cannot be read because  it was created by a newer version.  I downloaded and in stalled the latest version of itunes and it did not help.

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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ITunes :: "library Could Not Be Saved (-54)"

Jun 20, 2012

Am having trouble syncing my iTunes library ever since I tried to install system updates from Apple last week.My Macbook Pro crashed and I had to call support and reinstall the whole operating system (Lion).Ever since then, my music is running exceptionally weirdly and very slow to bring up playlists, genres and such.And the music will unexpectedly crash and I have to do a hard reset on my iPhone 4 quite frequently.

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iPhone 4, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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ITunes For Mac :: Library Not Found Error

Dec 6, 2014

When rebooting my computer I got this 'library not found' error...I figured my external hard where all my iTunes stuff is kept hadn't come online yet. That's happened before. Nope. Now I can't seem to find the current library file. Also, strangely, these files were in the trash: 

iTunes Library Extras.itdb

iTunes Library Genius.itdb 

Info:
iPhone 5, iOS 6

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OS X :: Cannot Backup ITunes Library (Error Code -36)

Sep 7, 2010

Trying to back up my itunes library, on a certain episode of a TV show I have I get this error code and a message saying it can't be backed up. I've searched all over and have had no luck finding the meaning of the code. Is there a simple fix or is it something more complex?

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ITunes For Mac :: Transferring Library To A New Computer - Error (-50)

Dec 3, 2014

I recently purchased a Retina iMac running OS 10.10.1.   My previous computer is a Mac Pro (2006) with 10.7.5 (latest OS it will support).  The Mac Pro has iTunes 12.0.1 with the database files on the system hard drive and the media files on a secondary internal hard drive.  getting my iTunes library on to the new iMac. 

Migration Assistant doesn't work.

Open Migration Assistant on the iMac and it finds the Mac Pro and offers a code which should be verified on the Mac Pro.  Open Migration Assistant on the Mac Pro and tell it to "Transfer to another Mac" and get the spinning gear.  Left it on all night, they never connected. 

Consolidating my iTunes library back to the Mac Pro system hard drive doesn't work.

Following the directions from Apple Support, I pointed my current copy of iTunes (on the Mac Pro) to the default Music folder in order to consolidate the library all in to one folder so that I could transfer it at once to the iMac (iTunes > File > Library > Organize Library).  After about 20 minutes I got an error message: "Copying files failed. An unknown error occurred (-22)".  I assume there is one or more files screwing this up, but can't figure out which one(s). 

Simply copying the entire iTunes media folder over my network from the Mac Pro to the iMac doesn't work.

Error (-50) and the copying fails before it gets more than 50 mb.  I'm currently attempting to copy one folder at a time.  But I don't assume that I'll be able to rebuild my old library on the new machine this way. 

The current iTunes library is about 250 GB.  It is slow, but works on the old machine. 

Info:
Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.5)

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ITunes :: Error - Library File Cannot Be Found Or Created

Feb 28, 2012

After I moved my iTunes media and library back from an external drive back to my new laptop (with a larger drive), I can't open iTunes.  I get this message "The iTunes Library file cannot be found or created.  The default location for this file is in the iTunes folder in the "Music" folder. The only option it gives is to click "OK" and iTunes shuts down. I tried reinstalling iTunes but the problem persists.  I've checked and my iTunes Library.itl file is in its proper location. 

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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ITunes :: Error Massage When Trying To Import File To The Library?

Apr 17, 2012

Do anyone knows why this massage pops when I'm trying to import file to the library? "Attempting to copy to the disk "Data1" Failed. You do not have enough access privileges for this operation."

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Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Software :: Itunes Error - Music Library File Cannot Be Read?

Feb 18, 2003

When I go to open my itunes software I get a pop-up window that says the following, "The itunes Music Library File cannot be read because it does not appear to be a vaild library file."

I deleted the itunes file (the file that had the logo) and downloaded another copy from Apple but the problem still persists.

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ITunes For Mac :: Using ITunes Match Means Can Delete Files From Library On Laptop?

Jun 18, 2014

I need space on my computer - video files take up most space and I have a bunch of music videos in my iTunes library. My question is - 

If I upgrade to iTunes Match - would that mean I can then delete files on my computer in my iTunes library and still access them later?

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ITunes :: Error - "Library.itl Cannot Be Read Because It Was Created By A Newer Version Of ITunes"

Apr 4, 2012

I'm having trouble upgrading to iTunes 10.6.1.  Earlier today, I opened iTunes, and received an error message that "iTunes Library.itl cannot be read because it was created by a newer version of iTunes."  Still not sure why this happened. I followed a workaround I found by essentially renaming a previous iTunes library. Now, I open iTunes, and when I click on "software update," it is indicated that I can update to 10.6.1.  However, this takes me to the main Mac Software Update program, but unfortunately I'm told that there are no updates for my computer.  The "current version" I am using is iTunes 10.5.1.  how I can actually upgrade to 10.6.1? 

Info:
MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Update From 10.7.2 To 10.7.3 - Getting Error That Updates Can't Be Saved?

Mar 20, 2012

I can't get around this error: None of the selected updates could be saved. Software Update can't connect to the update server. Make sure you're connected to the Internet, and then try again. Connection reset by peer.

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Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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Applications :: ITunes Library On NAS - How To Add Files From MBP

Feb 2, 2009

I have the vast majority of my iTunes library on a NAS device. When I first got my MBP I set the library's location to the folder that I had moved off one of the desktops to the NAS. Everything works fine.

However, it seems that the library location will reset itself to the local location on the MBP (possibly whenever I run iTunes when I'm not on this network). So, if I add files to the iTunes when I'm not on this network, they get placed into the local library.

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ITunes For Mac :: Delete Files From Library

Jun 5, 2014

Bought an Air to replace a MacBook Pro. Want to clear out stuff before I sell it. If I delete files from the iTunes library, am I deleting them from the hard drive or the cloud? In other words, how do I clear the material from this machine without losing what I purchased?

Info:
MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2012), iOS 7.1.1

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ITunes For Mac :: Trying To Organize Library And Files

Aug 30, 2014

I am trying to organize my iTunes library and files.  I have a question about the 2 files listed below.  I understand iTunes media is like the master file, but what is "my music" file  and  if i move files there from iTunes media/music, do i need to make a copy of these files and if i make a copy,  is this creating a duplicate file taking up memory space or is this an index? 

Mac HD/user/music/ itunes/ iTunes media 
Mac HD/user/music/my music  

Info:
iMac (27-inch, Late 2012), OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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ITunes For Mac :: How To Organize Files In Library

Aug 28, 2014

When transferring my iTunes library from backup to my new iMac, some of the files have lost their information and there seems to be many duplicate files.

Is there a quick and easy way to restore my library to its former glory? 

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iMac

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Laptops :: Reformatting WMA Files For ITunes Library

Dec 6, 2010

I am happily now a mac user..I have got more fed up with microsoft after each OS "improvement" since win 95. I lost all my belongings in a house fire and only have survived wma files backed up. I need a way to reformat them for itunes format. I am not having much luck on my own. MAC rules. I love the OS

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Applications :: ITunes Not Storing Files In Library?

Oct 16, 2010

I have my iTunes library set to an external drive. The boxes in Pref/advanced are check. I have checked my internal drive in the old iTunes location and see new podcasts and music living there. I need to perform a organize library to move the files.

This seems to have happened in iTunes 9 and 10.

The iTunes Music library does point to an external.

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Applications :: ITunes Library - XML Files Damaged

May 15, 2009

I'm using OS X 10.4.11 and iTunes 8.1.1. I'm not very computer literate. When I started iTunes today, I went straight to copy some files into it from another folder. I got an error message about the .xml file and then told files were damaged (I think). I think iTunes started rebuilding the folders but I stopped it and ended up with only 30-something gb of tunes instead of almost 100 gb. All my music is still there in the iTunes/Music folder (I also have 30 back-up DVDs of the library), but I really, really want to be able to keep the Date Added information as this is how I view the music, as well as all the artwork I've manually added. The iTunes Library (Damaged) file is there, as are several Previous iTunes Libraries file.

After a web search, I did the following:
i. Quit iTunes and copied the most recent "Previous iTunes Library" file to the desktop.
ii. I trashed the iTunes Library.xml and iTunes Library (with the logo) files at the top of the folder structure.
iii. I then dragged the copied Previous iTunes Library file into the iTunes/iTunes Music folder and launched iTunes. Should it be dragged into the top-level iTunes folder or where?

It opens, but with absolutely nothing in it. I've tried dragging the Previous iTunes Library file everywhere I can think of (trashing the existing .xml and Library file each time), but still no joy. This latest Previous iTunes Library file is only a couple of months old and I'd much, much rather re-do the last two months music than lose the Date Added and all Playlists etc.

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