I wonder...if you purchase music, and it says you can only authorize 3 computers and you do a clean install...is that two right there? (the old install + new one)<br><br>I am going to do a clean install later this week because I never did it when I had that problem earlier...but I wanted to make sure that I'm not using up one of those authorizations...<br><br>My stuff for sale.
John and Nutty, I am in sort of the same situation, but already used up 2 of my authorizations. Please bear with me.<br>when I do a clean install, do I de-authorize then back up and then do the install? <br>I have always been confused by the authorize/de-authorize stuff. Thanks for any remedial input.<br><br>
Loc: Battle Creek, Mi.
Could you not simply make a CD of all your purchased music, and then later import it back into iTunes? <br><br>Tim Robertson, publisher <br>My Mac Magazine<br><br>[/url]http://www.mymac.com<br>[/email]firstname.lastname@example.org<br>
Tim Robertson, publisher My Mac Magazine
You could but your quality would degrade from being compressed twice.<br><br>Edit: Oops, it occurred to me that you may have been talking about a simple data backup, not an audio CD. Yes, you should do that anyway.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by hayesk on 09/16/03 10:47 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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