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Copying Files unto a Disc

I recently had GeekSquad save all of my files and put them on a disc. However, all of my music files (iTUNES songs and music from my CDs were not saved).

Why is that?

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It depends, did they put the files on CD or DVD? as they really wont have much space on a CD to put ALL of your music files on if you have alot of songs.

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