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IPod addition Not really a problem, but I want to buy my daughter an iPod. I have one and have everything stored on an external hard drive. How can I store her music on the external hard drive and create her own library of music without it accessing mine?

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You can have more than one library on the same system.. hold down the Shift Key while you launch the itunes application.. this will allow you to create a new library or choose from those you already have.

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but a useful suggestion could be backuping your personal files to a folder on your hard disk and before plugging your ipod on the pc just copy paste the files from the folder of your hard disk to the itunes,
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Trust me, this procedure may seem boring and time-wasting but as soon as you understand the philosophy of this procedure you will love it.
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