Question about Computers & Internet
I thought that if I connected an external hard drive to my computer I would get additional memory when I download songs into my ITunes. Do you know why it does this?
The external hard drive will have a different drive letter than the default hard disk (C:). So in iTunes, you need to configure a different location to store your songs.
Just open My Computer and you should see the new drive letter.
Alternatively, you can move other files from the C: drive to the new external drive.
For further troubleshooting see here:
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