For example take the Mac Mini it has only one Firewire connection. If the iPod connects thru this connection and the music is on external HD via USB 2.0. Does it have any affect on speed and quality of sound?jsw said:Mine's on both - one's a backup for the other. Speed-wise, doesn't matter.
Well, to be specific, I keep it on a secondary internal drive. However I should point out that unless you were talking about your Windows PC, I keep mine on a volume called "Spanky" mounted at /Volumes/Spanky, not the C:\ drive. I haven't typed that for about 10 years now...Tuned MP5T said:Just wondering where everyone keeps their iTunes Library on the C:/ drive or use another drive for storage?
You must quit iTunes first... it's not nice to suddenly yank an app's database while it's running. Why not just tell the disk to "sleep when inactive"?expergo said:i store it on my fw drive.
ok..question. right now...i put my ibook to sleep every night and then turn off my fw drive. but also, sometimes during the day i turn off my fw drive as well cause it's loud...but before i eject it, i have to always turn off itunes or else if i don't, itunes will revert back to the /username/music/itunes folder for the itunes folder and i always have to change it back when i plug my fw drive in. is there a way to avoid this? i knwo it just takes 2 secs to quit itunes...but doing it so often gets annoying. kind of annoying like having winxp with expose. haha.
well, it's not running per se. ti's just on. its' not playing anyhting.paulwhannel said:You must quit iTunes first... it's not nice to suddenly yank an app's database while it's running. Why not just tell the disk to "sleep when inactive"?