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I would suggest keeping your external itunes library file on the external disk along with the music



Then create a new local itunes library file on your internal drive using the method above. You will now have a blank local library file. You will have to change the music folder in Advanced preferences to point to your local User > Music folder. You can then add music to your local version of the itunes library.

Now you have 2 music folders and 2 itunes library files, on the external and internal drives respectively. To switch between the two use the alt key on start-up, and remember to change the advanced preferences > Music folder location depending on which music library you are currently using

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