Author Topic: Interesting Itunes troubleshooting tidbit.  (Read 765 times)

Mad Dr Jeffe

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Interesting Itunes troubleshooting tidbit.
« on: March 22, 2004, 11:44:45 AM »
Many of you know I have an Ipod... I also recently purchased a Mac. My PC (with all my Itunes stuff on it) had no DVD/RW drive.
So until today my music was stuck on my PC because you cant take music off of one computer and put it on another with the IPOD (it was a requirement for the RIAA to support Itunes).
Untill IPOD rip that is. I downloaded this program that can read and rip all of my data off my Ipod. Then I just need to enter in my password to play my protected AAC files and Im set... Plus I can use it 10 times without paying a penny. It works great by the way.
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Re: Interesting Itunes troubleshooting tidbit.
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2004, 08:01:08 PM »
You're supposed to be able to 'authorize' up to four computers at once with Itunes to download all the music you've purchased and play it.
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Re: Interesting Itunes troubleshooting tidbit.
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2004, 12:39:35 AM »
Yeah you can... but you can only download to one of them at a time, getting them off the machine is your responsibility. Anyway the best tool for transferring everything is my Apple Brand 4 gig Ipod.
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