I'm going to be selling this Mac on eBay, therefore I need to deauthorize the computer. <br><br>Question:<br><br>Over the 2 years I've been buying from iTunes, I've used around 4 accounts to purchase various songs. Do I need to deauthorize this computer from all 4 accounts? Anybody know if I have to do that through iTunes itself, or can it be done online?<br><br><br><br>
So you've purchased songs on the same computer and this computer is authorized on 4 different accounts? My guess would be that you'd have to log in with each of the accounts and deauthorize separately. But I'm not positive.<br><br>
Got it figured out...<br><br>In a nutshell, the computer authorization is tied to the account, not the individual songs. So all I had to do was log into each individual account and deauthorize it. <br><br>I also was able to update the contact info and blow out old credit card information, as well as see how many computers were authorized for each account. <br><br>Apple makes it so easy! [/end of Apple fanboy infomercial]<br><br>
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