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Hiya.

What's a quick & easy way to transfer purchased songs from one computer to another?



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    Originally posted by JST
    Hiya.

    What's a quick & easy way to transfer purchased songs from one computer to another?
Uh....copy them. A USB thumb drive is probably the easiest way.

If you're still worried about DRM, you should be able to log into iTunes on your new computer and add it to your list of authorized devices.




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Being techno-inept, I was fearing it would mess up somehow if I copied them. Will do.

(...Um, what's a DRM?)

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    Originally posted by JST
    (...Um, what's a DRM?)
Digital Rights Management is the "protection" on the old .m4p files. (But I don't think it's a factor if you have .m4a files.)



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