I have a ton and a half of songs in my iTunes (Windows 7). I recently consolidated my library from 3 different Hard Drives.
I also deleted some of the unwanted music folders on my C Drive (but I forgot to make a list so I could delete from iTunes).
I want to verify that all the songs in the library actually exist on disk.
It is physically impossible for me to just play each song one at a time to find out if it exists or not.
I know that I have to disconnect my HDDs (just keep C drive) to do this.
I know that I can export the library and purely check for the existence of
file://E/, but that won't cover the music files blown away from the C drive.
How do I verify that all entries in iTunes have a physically valid file on my C drive?