Here is the deal: I have thousands of MP3s. I spent a lot of time sifting through, deleting duplicates, changing folder names, and making it easier to find stuff overall. I did all this after formatting my C: drive and the files were on my external J: drive. When I copy over the entire 'iTunes folder' with all the reorganized music back to the C: drive everything is fine...for now. I installed the latest iTunes, and selected ADD FOLDER TO LIBRARY after pointing it to this new folder...only this is where it gets fucked up: all of a sudden it brings back all these old MP3s, the folders are named what they were before, duplicates up the ass. I'm thinking this has to do with the iTunes backup function? Not sure... What I have been smart about though is whenever I do this I am copying it from the J: drive to the C: drive and not moving it, so I can simply delete the shit on the C: drive and once this is figured out I can just copy it back in. Anyone have any ideas what is doing this and how I can avoid it? Cliffs: iTunes is resurrecting deleted MP3s...ideas how to fix??