#1
Can you move music (Non- DRM) from Computer to computer with a pendrive?
If So How
Gear:
Epi les paul custom white
Fender hot rod deluxe
Jimi Hendrix wah
EHX big muff pi
Boss DS-1
Monster cables
#2
drag and drop...
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#3
O....
Gear:
Epi les paul custom white
Fender hot rod deluxe
Jimi Hendrix wah
EHX big muff pi
Boss DS-1
Monster cables
#4

edit: or you can cut/copy-paste.
or right click the file you want and go on "send to:" and choose the pendrive.

But drag & drop is nice and easy =]
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For the best tingle, use Original Source mint. That shit feels amazing on your balls.


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#5
Funny you should say that, actually.. i just got a new computer in my room. I've been going back and forth all day putting things from this PC to the new one, with just a 1GB pendrive..
#6
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Funny you should say that, actually.. i just got a new computer in my room. I've been going back and forth all day putting things from this PC to the new one, with just a 1GB pendrive..


Why don't you save yourself the effort and network the two pc's?
#7
if you have an mp3 player most can be turned into a BIG pendrive... well zens and i pods anyway


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#8
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if you have an mp3 player most can be turned into a BIG pendrive... well zens and i pods anyway


Yeah, when I got a new computer I just took all the songs and videos off of my iPod, an used it as a hard drive to transfer everything.
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