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Old 11-28-2007
alyssa
 

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Not able to transfer files when logged in as administrator
I was setting up my new laptop last night and was trying to transfer my
iTunes from my old computer to my new one. At one point, per the directions,
I had to move the iTunes folder to the desktop. When I tried doing this, I
kept getting an error message that said that I couldn't do it because I
needed administrator permission to do so, even though I was already logged in
as the administrator. Does anybody know how I can fix this so that I can be
able to finish setting up my iTunes?
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Old 11-28-2007
Mike Douglas
 

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RE: Not able to transfer files when logged in as administrator
If you have a USB flash drive you can copy your i tunes folder to it then
take the flash drive out and install it in the new computer and copy the
itunes folder to the desktop of the new computer.
Mike

"alyssa" wrote:

> I was setting up my new laptop last night and was trying to transfer my
> iTunes from my old computer to my new one. At one point, per the directions,
> I had to move the iTunes folder to the desktop. When I tried doing this, I
> kept getting an error message that said that I couldn't do it because I
> needed administrator permission to do so, even though I was already logged in
> as the administrator. Does anybody know how I can fix this so that I can be
> able to finish setting up my iTunes?

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