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    Which iTunes folder to drag into my new MBP ??
    Ok i know where to look on my backup to see all my itunes folders but my direct question is, which folder should i drag from my Ext HD to my new MBP so when i go to launch iTunes all my music is there ...

    I have done a search but could be there for a while as to how to ask the search engine and it being very specific results could vary quite considerably

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    Is it a TimeMachine backup?
    If it is, couldn't you just open the TimeMachine application and just restore the whole iTunes folder?

    Otherwise, you will need to copy the whole >users>youruser>music>iTunes folder so that all your playlists/ratings will be preserved.
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    No SD backup.
    Yeah i can see what your saying. I was looking a lot deeper and dont think i needed too.

    What your saying makes a lot of sense

    Thanks for the mind jolt lol

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