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1. Why do you think you need to do this?

2. If you reformat the hard disk and do not preserve your "passwords" etc. they will of course be gone permanently.

3. iTunes (correct spelling) will remember what you have purchased, and in the case of apps will let you re-download it; in the case of music or videos, they won't.

Bottom line: if you don't want to lose your stuff, back it up.
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