Saving your iTunes files to a usb (thumb) drive




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Saving your iTunes files to a USB (thumb) drive


By default, songs and other files you import into iTunes are placed here:

C:\Documents and Settings\[your login]\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\iTunes Music



  1. Double Click ‘My computer’ on Desktop

  2. Double Click Local Disk (C:)

  3. Double Click Documents and Settings

  4. Double Click Your login name

  5. Double Click My Documents

  6. Double Click My Music

  7. Double Click iTunes

  8. Double Click iTunes Music

  9. See your saved iTunes

  10. Re-size this window to the side on your desktop so

that you can open another window.


  1. Double Click ‘My Computer’ again

  2. Re-size this window to the side on your desktop

so that you can see the other window

  1. Double Click ‘Removable Disk’(could be E or F)

[your thumb drive]

  1. Create a New folder called ‘iTunes save’

  2. Drag the iTunes you would like to save into the

Removable Disk window.



on the size of the USB thumb drive.

  • Do not move your iTunes folder only the files.


http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1382

How to back up your media in iTunes to CD/DVD

  • Last Modified: February 11, 2009

  • Article: HT1382

  • Old Article: 302392

Summary

iTunes 8 offers a new way to back up your iTunes library, playlists, and iTunes Store purchases (including Applications purchased from the App Store) for safekeeping. The Back Up to Disc feature saves your media to a blank disc (CD or DVD) and once backed up, iTunes can use your backup disc(s) to automatically restore your iTunes library. If you have iTunes 5 or 6, click here.

To reduce the number of discs needed for a backup, iTunes can perform incremental backups (only items added or changed since the last backup).

Products Affected

iTunes 7 for Windows, iTunes 7 for Mac, iTunes Store, iTunes 8 for Mac, iTunes 8 for Windows, iTunes 7.7 for Mac OS X, iTunes 7.7 for Windows



Backing up your iTunes library to a CD or DVD

To burn a CD (CD-R or CD-RW), your computer must have a

compatible CD burner. To burn a DVD (DVD-R or DVD-RW),

your computer must have a compatible DVD burner. Check in

iTunes Preferences to see if a drive is compatible. See below

for steps.



To create your backup disc

  1. Choose File > Library > Back up to Disc.

  2. Select the option you want from the resulting dialog

  3. and click Back Up.

The two options you can select from are:



  • Back up entire iTunes library and playlists

  • Back up only iTunes Store purchases

Whichever of these two options you choose, note that you can also choose "Only back up items added or changed since last backup" to perform an incremental backup.

  1. Insert a blank disc (CD or DVD) into your computer's optical drive. iTunes will scan the disc and begin burning.

  2. Note: If the disc you insert does not have enough space to hold all of the content you will be backing up, a dialog will appear asking whether you wish to backup to multiple discs. You can click Data Discs to continue.

iTunes burns the number of items that fit on one disc and then asks you to insert subsequent discs to continue burning the remaining files. Don't eject a disc while a backup is in progress.

Spoken programs purchased from the Audible.com website are not backed up.

Discs you create using the iTunes backup feature can be used only to restore; they can't be played in a CD or DVD player.

Restoring from a backup disc


  1. Open iTunes.

  2. Insert your backup disc.

  3. iTunes will ask whether you want to restore from this disc. Click Restore.

Check drive compatibility

  1. Choose a playlist on the left side of the iTunes window.

  2. Click the Burn Disc button on the bottom right corner of iTunes.

  3. If the drive is listed, it's compatible.

Additional Information

If you want to just transfer purchased music to another authorized computer using an iPod, see thisdocument.

If you would like to learn how to backup personal information stored on your iPhone or iPod touch, click here.

The Back Up To Disc feature will back up the following files from your iTunes Library:



  • Applications

  • Audiobooks

  • Games

  • Movies

  • Music

  • Music Videos

  • Podcasts

  • Ringtones

  • TV Shows


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