iTunes file locations point to wrong drive

I have read some of the other questions here and tried what they said but it did not fix my problem.

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Clarification Request
I'm assuming Windows here

so where is your "real' iTunes library located?


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Found the answer

I found the answer here:

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and thanks for providing enough information

so that we could actually help.

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Not moved

The files had not been moved. The files were sitting on an external hard drive. What had changed was the iPod (new one) and computer (new one; different one than the last iPod). I had mapped the same external hard drive to a different drive (new F vs. old Z) on the new computer. A few other things I didn't know were:

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