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Porting an iTunes Library from a PC


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Hey, I just made the switch to Mac and I have a Macbook.
I have a library for iTunes that took me a while to organize as far as what I wanted synced.

I'd like to port my library over to this computer, but I'm afraid that it won't work because of the file location.
Short of starting all over, what can I do?
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