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Hi

I just purchased a new Macbook white. And I'm wondering if I have to deactivate something in my iTunes account in Windows xp. I'm using Windows xp for work and before I purchased Macbook, I installed iTunes in my Windows xp, where I synchronized my music and videos.

I think from now I'll synchronized my iPod Touch with my new Macbook. As far as I can remember, I have to create my account in iTunes like entering my information. If I agree now to the iTunes in my Macbook, I think I'll have two accounts. How can I avoid this one?
And how can I have the same music and videos to my new Macbook?

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On your new mac install iTunes and just enter the info from your account and then it will be on the mac. Then authorize the mac.

As far as moving from pc to mac goggle is you friend. Here is just one ling that will walk you thru it faster then I can type it.
How to move your iTunes music library from a PC to a Mac without losing metadata (ratings, play counts, album art, etc.) » JakeBouma.com


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thank you for the link.
Can I just synchronized it directly to my Macbook?

What if I don't want to have the music (iTunes) I have in my Windows XP, can I just install iTunes directly to my Mac and from here start again?
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Yes of course you can just start over.

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