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    Icarus
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    Apple said I could do this...how?
    I seem to recall something somehwere saying if all of my data didn't fit on a CD that I burned, it'd tell me to eject it and put in a new one and it would pick up right were it left off...was I misled, or is there a way to do this with 3,000 songs? (outside of itunes)

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    Icarus
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    ya'll are USELESS

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    Apple said I could do this...how?
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    Have you tried? How about a few more details?

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    Icarus
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    nevermind - figured it out. Since I was burning music, itunes would do it for me. You just need to change the burn style from audio to data in prefences. Thanks 'yall..

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    Apple said I could do this...how?
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    Dual 2.2GHz powered by AMD Opteron - *Sends G5 & 8Gb Ram to scrap heap* Yeah! finally switched BACK!
    Now you'll burn a data cd... hope it's back up.

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    Apple said I could do this...how?
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    I'm slowly sinking in the posts of Mac-forums
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    PowerBook 12" Combo Drive/867 MHz/256 MB RAM/40 GB hard drive/Mac OS X 10.3.5/AirPort Extreme it sux
    Yeah well, Apple told me after I got my new hard drive, I'd be up and running for years to come.

    Now that didn't happen, did it?

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    Icarus
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    I sense bitterness...

  8. #8
    Apple said I could do this...how?
    Absolute Zero's Avatar
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    PowerBook 12" Combo Drive/867 MHz/256 MB RAM/40 GB hard drive/Mac OS X 10.3.5/AirPort Extreme it sux
    You think you would be bitter when your hard drive dies the night after you get a new one.

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    Apple said I could do this...how?
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    Cool
    Quote Originally Posted by Absolute Zero
    You think you would be bitter when your hard drive dies the night after you get a new one.

    Bitter no, frustrated yes. But I don't know that all hardware will fail, at one time of another. Sometimes it can be new, as in your case.

    Just see it as an inconvenience. I have in my limited walk on this earth to don't sweat the small stuff, and life is the small stuff.
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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