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Re: [teacherartexchange] Mac Questions ??


From: Melissa Enderle (melissa_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Feb 01 2007 - 12:20:15 PST

Dear Woody,

You can easily transfer files back and forth between two Macs using
Firewire Disk Mode

FYI iTunes (and iPhoto) do NOT like their files being moved around on
a computer. Leave the music in the iTunes folder where it is on that


On Feb 1, 2007, at 8:30 PM, Woody Duncan wrote:

> Recently I learned that I can load a song into an e-mail to
> share with others. My i-music files are still on my computer
> even when they disappear from my i-music window. It's happened
> twice. Now, I just locate the files and drag them over to the
> i-music window and I have all my songs back to load on my
> i-pod.
> If those songs are all in folders on my hard drive (in an i-tunes
> folder) that can be dragged elsewhere, then I should be able to
> hook up my apple laptop to my i-mac and drag my music over to
> the laptop. Why ? So I have a backup for all my music. Next
> time I burn up a hard drive I'll have my music elsewhere.
> Also, When I take my laptop with me I'll have my music along.
> So, how do I connect the two macs together so I can drag
> files over ? Anyone know ?
> Woody
> Woody Duncan

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