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08-02-2013 10:16 PM
StarBrite Did you authorize your new machine for using the iTunes Store? You are only allowed to have five computers authorized at any one time. If you've changed computers a few times since you created your iTunes account, could you be over the limit?

If you are over the limit and don't have access to the old computers any more to deauthorize them, you can call Apple tech support and ask that they deauthorize ALL computers associated with your Apple ID. They only offer this service once in a specific amount of time (like once a year), so use it wisely.

Here's a link: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1420

Here's another one, about redownloading: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2519
08-02-2013 04:43 PM
Lando25 Was anything backed up with time machine?
08-02-2013 04:06 PM
1jeeplvr What about the trick I see with cell phones and rice.Wonder if it even works
08-02-2013 06:25 AM
chucky cheese I use to be able to eat 4 of them when I was younger. I think that would make me a glutton. Not an expert.
08-01-2013 11:19 PM
Supercop260
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Originally Posted by 0II1II0 View Post
If you've got an Apple Care Plan, take it in! The Apple folks can work wonders. If not, you, or someone you know, can pull the hard drive and get the data off it. Roached computer does not always mean a roached hard drive.
That's what I'm hoping. Don't have the care plan. I got Best Buy's protection plan though.
08-01-2013 10:16 PM
0II1II0 If you've got an Apple Care Plan, take it in! The Apple folks can work wonders. If not, you, or someone you know, can pull the hard drive and get the data off it. Roached computer does not always mean a roached hard drive.
08-01-2013 09:47 PM
hbgirl
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Not sure why its not. I have always went to my iTunes account synced the device and it was a done deal
yeah, same here ... I've had a few computer upgrades since opening my iTunes account years ago, and that's how I was always able to get my library moved over (at least the stuff I purchased).
08-01-2013 09:41 PM
Rubi513 Not sure why its not. I have always went to my iTunes account synced the device and it was a done deal
08-01-2013 09:32 PM
Supercop260
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ugh just how much water? Don't try to turn it on, stuff could short. I'd remove the battery and try to dry it out. Not that you'd have this much dry, uncooked rice lying around, but I think the same principle used for a phone would work on a laptop. Preferably in an airtight container, so the rice can soak up all the water.

I know iTunes keeps track of your purchases, so could you just re-download the songs on another computer?
Enough that when I took the bottom plate off it was like a dripping faucet.

Debating on taking it to an apple store or Bet Buy to see if its salvageable.

I bought another Pro yesterday but it isn't downloading my purchases.
08-01-2013 08:41 PM
hbgirl ugh just how much water? Don't try to turn it on, stuff could short. I'd remove the battery and try to dry it out. Not that you'd have this much dry, uncooked rice lying around, but I think the same principle used for a phone would work on a laptop. Preferably in an airtight container, so the rice can soak up all the water.

I know iTunes keeps track of your purchases, so could you just re-download the songs on another computer?
08-01-2013 08:09 PM
Supercop260
Anyone a Mac expert?

My ex decided to see if our MacBook Pro was waterproof...it wasn't.

I need to know if anything is salvageable and if not, how I can rebuild my iTunes library...

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