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is it possible to have my itunes files and iphoto.....


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heya,

is it possible to have my itunes files and iphoto etc.. running off an external hard drive?

because if i put them all on my hard drive then it will fill up extremely quick.

what i would like to do is, when i open itunes or iphoto etc can my files be playing or showing off an external hard drive either usb or firewire.

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iTunes can work that way but I don't think iPhoto can
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ok thanks

i will ask how to set it up when i get my imac
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Grab iPhotoBuddy and run that instead of iPhoto, and it will let you set up multiple iPhoto libraries on local disks, external disks, network drives or wherever and choose which one you want each time.
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Grab iPhotoBuddy and run that instead of iPhoto, and it will let you set up multiple iPhoto libraries on local disks, external disks, network drives or wherever and choose which one you want each time.
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