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I have a lot of podcasts on another hard drive, which is connected to my laptop (iBook G4 12"). Before, I could just take them and sort of "drop" them into the podcast directory in iTunes. That doesn't seem to work anymore. I use v. 7.2. Is there any other way?
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Does anyone know?
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Have you tried just double clicking on the podcast mp3? making sure that itunes is your default mp3 player, If everything is set properly iTunes will automaticlly load and play the file...

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I tried it out, and it worked pretty well! Thanks!
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You might also want to update you version of iTunes. 7.2 had some problems with a lot of people in not updating your library files. Latest version is now 7.3.1 which fixes those problems.

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