Sorry for the late reply, I've been very busy.
First off, let me say that I do know how to find my library location, but in a previous version, the library location path is visible under prefs/library. This is very logical, but they took it out in the new version. A poor choice. That's what I was getting at.
New Update (4th time transferring my entire music collection and entire days of ripping my hair out):
I decided that moving library's and settings AND actual music files from one computer to another is much too difficult, even for someone as techy and nerdy as me, so I updated my files to make it easy to re-add my playlists. The settings of MB is easy to just redo from scratch. To alleviate all problems, I uninstalled MB and then did a completely FRESH install. I didn't even copy any settings or other files over. I made sure there were no left over files or folders or libraries or anything else.
I have never ONCE seen the D: drive come up in organization, remap music, or library location.
(Screenshot shows my files being on the D: drive because MusicBee did it as soon as it recognized the files in the monitored folder)
I started a brand new library on first install. I opened up MB, no files exist at all. No dead links, nothing in the inbox.....
I made sure the auto organize settings were set to auto organize to my C: Drive location
All library settings are correct....
Now, I transferred over my music files to my new computer again.
I then told MB to monitor that folder and auto organize music
I was very careful to check the auto organize location to make sure it always says C: drive / whatever.
It did it again. It move my entire music collection to my external drive ..... I'm in awe.
Now I have to say this. I've read forums, I've done countless hours of research, I'm somewhat knowledgeable about sound theory and djing and producing, and I'm telling you right now..... MusicBee does a horrible job at organization. Absolutley horrible and very difficult to understand. Don't get me wrong, I love musicbee, but I have like hundreds of suggestions to make it easier to navigate. There's seemingly endless options which is really great, but the main functions of a media organizer are not what they should be. MB devs need to devote some serious attention into making backup and restore more seemless and user friendly. A quite a few more of the essential or very interesting functions could use some serious work. Just a friendly observation and some constructive criticism.http://www.mediafire.com/view/1dlyrye9ur2fd2s/Auto+Organize+settings.PNGhttp://www.mediafire.com/view/dp0zhud2tckfmhs/library+prefs.PNGhttp://www.mediafire.com/view/tlp22tz2jq12lxy/Library+Location.PNG