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  • Saving itunes music files

    Soon after I got my new laptop, the CD/DVD drive was not working so I took it to CompUSA and they had to clear the system. I mainly lost my itunes music files. I was wondering, what is the best way to back up these files? I have a 2G USB but my files are larger than that. Should I buy an external harddrive?

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    I have an external and have the itunes pointed to it to save to and retreive from on downloading or ripping
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      yes


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        Once the media in your life (movies, photos, music) is on your computer, an external drive is mandatory, for back-ups and your own sanity.
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