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How do I copy my complete music files from my computer windows 7 to Verbatim external hard drive with Nero software?

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Unless I'm misunderstanding, you shouldn't need to use Nero at all to copy your files.
If you use Windows Explorer and locate the directory with your music files, you should be able to just do a copy and paste to a directory on your external harddrive.

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