There was an error storing your authorizations information on this computer. I have never purchased any music from the iTunes store, but I did have some free downloads from them.
Will doing an Archive and Reinstall solve the issue?
Both systems are fully patched Leopard. When I go back into the top level finder window for the mac mini, it shows it is connected as the mobile me account despite the fact that I purposely disconnected and re-connected using the mac mini account.
Now, I had been keeping my iTunes library on an external HD but I decided to migrate the library over to the new computers HD by hooking up the external, and using the Add To Library to import all my tunes. An unexpected error occurred error code Eventually, I have to force shut it down by holding the power button.
I even bought a new HDD, which worked quite well for a couple of days, only to result in the same error again. OK, so I got a new macbook pro. Proposed solutions vary from fixing the folder permissions in the Finder which I have done 3 or 4 times nowto messing with the media library xml file, to dragging the whole library to the desk, restarting iTunes, then importing the original library back to the rebuilt iTunes folder.
I went to get a free compilation from the iTunes store last night, and got this message More info since original post: If I click "continue" - The item "family" contains one or more items you do not have permission to read. Furthermore, I cannot do anything write-related anymore, no deletion of files in the Finder, no opening of webpages.
Jun 21, I have a mid MacBook Pro. The pop-up errors I get when I try to write a file are in order: I have file sharing turned on, the desired directories enabled via "system prefs" and both my local mac mini account and "administrators" group set for read and write access. Mac Mini which is where the share exists.
Now, I have found tonnes of info about this or similar problems on the net, but no one seems to have posted a consistent fix. How would I even identify which songs are even using DRM coding? Correct this permissions problem and try again, or de authorize this computer if the permissions cannot be changed.
So I do the usual, get info, check the permissions box, but the funny thing is, I do have Read and Write access but it still pops up that error. When I connect to the mac mini via Finder under "shared"it connects using the mobileme account.
I already wiped the HDD and reinstalled Mavericks from USB -- only to have this exact problem one day after setting everything up again. I can view the AFP share on the mac mini, but I cannot write to it. My local mac mini account also has my MobileMe account listed as the MobileMe user name in the account manager.
If I click "continue" the final error is - The operation cannot be completed becaue an item with the name "family" already exists.
By ripping it using tagging software or otherwise? I have no back up at this stage? My account on my macbook has a different short name. I have used this option quite a bit. Thanks folks, for any help you can give me on this.
I had my hard drive replaced by Apple free of charge about 2 years ago. The "everyone" group has "read only" access which seems to be enabled by default - I did not remove this permission.
The required file was not found or has a permission error.Proposed solutions vary from fixing the folder permissions in the Finder (which I have done 3 or 4 times now), to messing with the media library xml file, to dragging the whole library to the desk, restarting iTunes, then importing the original library back to the rebuilt iTunes folder.
Jul 27, · You don't have write access for your iTunes media folder or a folder within it. lost permissions for iTunes after I went to the folder in the finder, reset permissions to both "read and.
Feb 24, · "You don't have write access for your ITunes Media folder or a folder within it. To change permissions, right click your ITunes Media folder in Explorer, and choose Properties" It seemed easy enough to fix but I'm not seeing the obvious answer.
Jul 02, · File is locked, on a locked disk, or you don't have write permission errors In some cases Windows Defender in Windows 10 may block file activity by iTunes that should be allowed.
See how to turn off Controlled folder access in Windows Defender in order to allow iTunes to run normally. Jan 22, · how to fix itunes locked disk. do not have written permission 1.
music folder 2. itunes 3. change itunes library to (itunes mi-centre.com) if it does not work. It sounds like the permissions on your music folder have likely been changed somehow.
It's possible the Read-Only flag was set: Locate your iTunes music folder. The default location is: \(username)\Music\iTunes. Right click on the iTunes folder and select properties. Remove the check mark from the Read-only box, if there is one.Download