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    Oct 06, 2008
    Question moving itunes library from my old PC to my new MacBook
    i need help moving my itunes library from my old PC to my new MacBook. can anyone help me with as simple instructions as possible?

    thank you.

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    Aug 08, 2008
    Do you have an ipod? When I bought my macbook pro I just dropped all my music into my ipod and ripped it to my mac with ipod rip ($15) or you could use senuti which is a free program.

    Or you could go to your itunes root folder on your PC where all the itunes music is stored and drop it into a usb flash drive or external HD and transfer it that way.

    Hope this helps

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    if you are going to use an ipod to transfer, you do not need to spend money on iPod RIP, Sennuti will get music off your ipod for free

    Otherwise just copy the music either using flash or external disks, or access your windows PC over a network and copy over the music that way
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