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    about de authorizing itunes
    Hi

    have a Powerbook and an Imac, one itunes account. have de authorized Powerbook with itunes, but still have 5 other machines (family) authorized (including new imac).

    i want to share my music between new imac and powerbook

    what do i do?

    is my way to deauthorize and then authorize? (what happens to my library then?) or create a local network?

    thanks

    Paul

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    Once you reach up to five authorized computers you can deauthorize them all and start over again.
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    what happens to all my downloaded content when i do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpdphoto View Post
    what happens to all my downloaded content when i do that?
    Then you can't play that on an unauthorized computer any longer.
    Nothing changes or happens to the actual media.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y View Post
    Then you can't play that on an unauthorized computer any longer.
    Nothing changes or happens to the actual media.
    ok, done that and worked a treat

    what is the best way for me to sync library (with imac being 'master' and p'book being 'slave').

    Paul

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