The Itunes Music Library file cannot be saved. An unknown error occurred (-1450)

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I keep getting this error: The Itunes Music Library file cannot be saved. An unknown error occurred (-1450) I've uninstalled Itunes, removed all the Itunes Directories (in My Documents/Documents and Settings/*/Application Data) and all references in the registry.. Still getting this error..
ASKED: January 15, 2006  9:55 PM
UPDATED: January 17, 2006  6:20 PM

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  • Ve3ofa
    I get the error when Itunes is updating the Podcasts.. Always the same error or warning (The iTunes Music Library file cannot be saved. An unknown error occurred (-1450) therefore any new podcasts or changes to the Podcast section is not saved.. I end up having to import the files/directories and then hitting the 'subscribe' button and then 'clearing' anything that I don't want to get..
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  • Ve3ofa
    I seem to have fixed the problem temporarily by moving the 'my documets" folder to a FAT32 drive reformatting the orginal drive and then moving the files back.. Perhaps it was an NTFS file security problem..
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  • Ve3ofa
    I seem to have fixed the problem temporarily by moving the 'my documets" folder to a FAT32 drive reformatting the orginal drive and then moving the files back.. Perhaps it was an NTFS file security problem..
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