04-13-2008, 12:15 AM #1
iTunes dupes; is there a good way to get rid of them??
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- Jan 07, 2007
- Interior Alaska
- iMac C2D - PB G4 - iBook G4 - iMac G3 DV SE
Over the years, I've switched computers and kept old ones running for some stupid reason. Even stupider, I haven't kept one iTunes library going. I've been using a particular machine with a particular iPod and adding songs here and there.
Is there an easy, effective way to consolidate 4 or 5 libraries into one and eliminate the duplicates?
I'd like to keep Van Halen's "Dance the Night Away" from the original CD and also from their Greatest Hits CD but I don't want two copies from the same CD.
Is this too much to be asking?
04-13-2008, 12:38 AM #2
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- Mar 16, 2008
- Twin Cities (Suburbs) Minnesota
- 15" 2.4 MBP iPod Classic 80 GB, Silver
Not at all, from one of the top bars (I believe 'View') there is a button that says "Show duplicates". I think it shows both the original and duplicate, so be careful not to delete all of them, just cntrl+shift click and select to delete which ones you want gone.Relay For Life Support me in Relay For Life! Run by American Cancer Society. Cancer research.
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