How to fix error “Unable to find iTunes® Folder”?

Solution summary

If you are getting the “Unable to find iTunes® Folder” error message while opening your iTunes® folder on your system, then follow the easy 5-step resolution and any iTunes® folder will open on your computer.

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Step 4

Create an ‘iTunes®’ Folder:
In the ‘Music’ folder of the current user profile create a folder named ‘iTunes®’ and give its path.

Step 5

Select ”An existing library”:
If iTunes® is already configured on your computer, select ‘An existing library’.

You have resolved the “Unable to find iTunes® Folder” error message on your system. This makes your system capable of opening the iTunes® folder. We recommend that you close all open programs while performing the 5-step solution.

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