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    Question iTunes Library Transfer
    Ok, so I know this may sound so easy, and my friend asked me this question and I couldnt answer it. So here it is: I want to transfer the old iTunes library to the new mac, but I want to also keep the playlists in order, how can I do this?

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    what model is your new mac
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    Quote Originally Posted by louishen View Post
    what model is your new mac
    its a mac book G5

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    Are you sure - there never was a G5 macbook

    assuming it is a G4 Macbook then you could use Migration assistent, you will need a firewire cable, unless the new mac has Leopard, in which case you could use a network

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    Quote Originally Posted by louishen View Post
    Are you sure - there never was a G5 macbook

    assuming it is a G4 Macbook then you could use Migration assistent, you will need a firewire cable, unless the new mac has Leopard, in which case you could use a network

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    I aplogoize, slip of the finger, Im going to tell him to try migration assistant! thanks

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