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Does anyone know if it's possible to send a bunch of iTunes/music from one macbook to another OR a macbook pro to a macbook/vice versa. NO firewire connections or anything. Also, an external hard drive that my friend uses for windows isn't working on my macbook in the sense that when I plug it in, it won't let me drag and drop files, or take any files. Why is this? If anyone has any answers please answer! Thanks!
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You can take all music, movies and even album pictures. Just copy the itunes folder Username/music/Itunes into your macbook (using an external HD). If I remember it correctly Itunes will just pick it up. If not, just drag and drop the folder into your itunes. About your External HD, its probs setup for a windows machine, just format the disk using your mac.
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Thanks! Yeah I realized that it was formatted to windows but if I reformat it everything will be lost so I bought a new external hard drive. As for the whole copying music thing I think I can just plug my external hard drive into someone else's macbook and put everything on because it works as a "Time Machine" so all I do is backup only music. Thanks again though!

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You can take all music, movies and even album pictures. Just copy the itunes folder Username/music/Itunes into your macbook (using an external HD). If I remember it correctly Itunes will just pick it up. If not, just drag and drop the folder into your itunes. About your External HD, its probs setup for a windows machine, just format the disk using your mac.
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