Apple said I could do this...how?

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Icarus

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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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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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Now you'll burn a data cd... hope it's back up. :D
 

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Absolute Zero said:
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.
 

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