Doing this manually with Windows Explorer is both tedious and time consuming.
I have to select all of the files in one of the sub-folders, then drag the selection to the corresponding sub-folder in the main folder tree, choose 'move and replace' and tick 'do the same for the next x conflicts' and repeat this process for each of the many sets of sub-folders.
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The results also include entries for the subfolders.
In i Tunes 8.2.1 and earlier, most content was stored in an i Tunes Music folder.