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Hello.

I am planning to formatting my computer this week end and I have jest about everything I need backed up, but one thing iTunes. Iíve spent jest about a year on rating and adding my music to play lists so it is vital that I do this correctly. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Were good here at G2G but google is o so much faster.
http://reviews.cnet....-5664731-1.html

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I appreciate your reply warriorscot, but im afraid that it wasnít what I was looking for im not moving any data to a new computer nor am I moving data from my ipod to my computer am formatting my computer and need to save my plays list and ratings to my partitioned hard drive so that after I reinstall my os and ituns I can re add the backed up play lists and ratings. Googel will only take you so far whereas first hand experience will be vital to the situation.
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What are u using to format cause a lot of discs u get with a pc will destroy all partions. As for backing up itunes i'll mess around with my copy and see what i can find.
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Windows Xp CD to Format my computer. and thnx for looking into it for me i relly appreciate your help.
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