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How much music do you have?

I would reccomend buying a 1 gigabyte flash drive. and then go that way.
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How much music do you have?

I would reccomend buying a 1 gigabyte flash drive. and then go that way.


around 800 songs...but i dont wanna have to go get a flash drive just for this? I think ima just import all the music and hafta rename and rename all the bands and all...oh well
#4
You could hook both of them to the internet. and sign them onto different aim accounts, then just send the music from one computer to the other
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do you remember ur account name and password cause if you have it you should just be able to like sign in and there ya go, i think
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#6
if u have both computers right there then just connect them with a switch or router or if u have a crossover cable. then u can just transfer them between computers
#7
When my music got to be too much to handle, I got a 160 gig external drive. Definitely recommended for future music hauling.
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^hey hey, don't like hijacking, but how did u send ur music to ur external hard drive??? i want to get one myself, since i have an 80GB hard drive on my comp, with 3000 songs and like 10 movies, which it only allows bout 20GBs left to store... so yea. can i get some insight?
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^hey hey, don't like hijacking, but how did u send ur music to ur external hard drive??? i want to get one myself, since i have an 80GB hard drive on my comp, with 3000 songs and like 10 movies, which it only allows bout 20GBs left to store... so yea. can i get some insight?


You just connect it through the...USB, I think it is? and it'll show up under "My Computer," and you can move files to it as you would on the normal drive.
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sweeeeeeeeeet. i want to start my job like right now... i need $$$. new shoes, ext. hard drive, and lots of guitar stuff... ahhhhhhhh


okay. back to the thread guys. ^and thanks.
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#12
OK correct me if im wrong but i thought you can back them up to blank CDs or DVD disks
i hope im right because i burned three data disks and that was abot 12 GB worth of music that i had been collectign for long while...i don;t wana check now if it works until someone confirms that this is true...:0
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I just lost half my music library Me and my friend couldn't find some of the files so we just stopped looking. 4,000 songs lost to who knows where I only have about 4,500 songs now on my library. oh well at least my new comp kicks ass. If you have a ipod I suggest putting all your music on that then using some software to take it off and put it on your new computer.
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#14
Why do you have iTunes but no iPod?
You can't sync iTunes to any other mp3 player.
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I would get a flash drive.
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OK correct me if im wrong but i thought you can back them up to blank CDs or DVD disks
i hope im right because i burned three data disks and that was abot 12 GB worth of music that i had been collectign for long while...i don;t wana check now if it works until someone confirms that this is true...:0


Yes, that's true. I did that, too, in case my external drive ever has a problem (except, it took me something more like 50 data discs...>.<

So now my music has a triad of protection.
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damn man, i think you need a gun, just a lttle extra ... i can get it ..reel cheep too!

sweet, i thought i had a lot a tunage...:P
#17
Yeah, use a blank DVD, it works. You can fit about 1000 songs on one DVD.
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