New computer, same iPod, same iTunes library ?

  setecio 09:00 14 May 08
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I have moved the whole iTunes folder across from the old computer to the new computer and everything seems to work fine with the iPod and iTunes when I plugged it in. iTunes on the new computer now shows all the music and playlists and the iPod just connected straight away.

Is there anything else I should do or will it all work fine as it seems to ?

Thanks.

  setecio 09:01 14 May 08

(It all seemed too easy :) )

  FatboySlim71 09:38 14 May 08

I installed I Tunes on my new PC that I got a few months ago, all I did was install the latest version of I tunes and I copied the I tunes folder into the MUSIC folder (MY MUSIC folder on XP) on my new PC, and everything worked fine, I have had no problems whatsoever, everything worked has it had before.

  setecio 13:04 14 May 08

OK thanks, it seems it really is that easy. I was worried about some apple protection messing things up.

I don't have any, but if I has some DRM music purchased from the iTunes store, would there be anything else to do. I presume I could de-authorise it from the old computer, or not bother and accept a loss of 1 machine usage (I think DRM music allows for 5 machines?)

  Forum Member2 13:21 14 May 08

Itunes DRM music does allow for 5 machines

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