Started by Bert, December 07, 2009, 08:45:53 PM
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Quote from: "Trapezium Artist"Fairly easy, if I have your question straight. It's possible to switch library location when starting iTunes up (from scratch, making sure to quit it fully first): hold down the shift key, then click on iTunes to start it up, and you'll be asked to identify a location where your iTunes library is. Assuming the NAS is available to the new machine, you should be able to locate the iTunes library on it and off you go.
Quote from: "rogerg"oh, Bert, that sucks!!but it makes me grateful for my mac where I only have to enable iTunes Sharing to share the Library.
Quote from: "Big Black Shed"Quote from: "rogerg"oh, Bert, that sucks!!but it makes me grateful for my mac where I only have to enable iTunes Sharing to share the Library.I've tried that. Multiple user accounts on the same mac, share iTunes and iPhoto libraries, but it only works if both users are logged in.Almost defeats the point.
Quote from: "Drarok"You could try some data recovery software to un-delete the files if you've not fiddled with the drive too much since they were deleted, you know?