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what is the easiest way to move my music between my computers as i want to format one of them.I know it should be easy but I can't work it out.Any help would be great. Thanks
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Hey there Doods, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

There are several ways of moving music but I would only mention the easiest ways.

- If you have a DVD writer or even CD writer (Recommend: DVD) then you can convert all your music to .mp3 or .ogg, converter can be download here:


After you converted it you can then be copied to DVD or CD. If it is alot of music then use a DVD if not a normal CD will be ok.

- Another method that you might consider is if you have a network between the computers, you can then link them up and transfer the music using that method.

I hoped this helped in away, if its not alot of music you can even use a flash stick and make 1 or 2 trips back to your PC to do so.

Cool :whistling:
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