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    Quote Originally Posted by akswun View Post
    Saw a guy on Kijiji/Toronto selling a Terabyte of music with something like 108,000 songs for like $250. Don't know if its legal. But hey, it's worth a shot.
    It should be illegal to sell a terabyte drive for 250$ these days.
    They are about 50$ in the shops.

    As for the value of the music? It has no value. If it is from a general online source the owner has just bought a licence to listen to the songs, not to be able to sell them.
    If he is selling ripped CDs or Vinyl, already that is a grey area. If we presume it is legal, he'd have to provide proof he has destroyed the original media.

    Its as legit as selling a cassette tape with tracks recorded off the radio for 10$.
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    this is one of my biggest fears which is why i setup a google drive backup. as mentioned, amazon allows you to download music that you bought through them. i think beatport allows you to repurchase at a discount, but random sites may not be as kind or they may be out of business.

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    I don't know how to create the backup of my hard drive either.






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    Quote Originally Posted by wailian View Post
    I don't know how to create the backup of my hard drive either.
    You should have started your own thread. But I suspect your post is just to get your link (To the server you're selling.) posted.

    If you're actually interested in how to back up your hard drive, here's a tutorial video;

    How To Backup The Data On Your Hard Drive Automatically
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    You should have started your own thread. But I suspect your post is just to get your link (To the server you're selling.) posted.

    If you're actually interested in how to back up your hard drive, here's a tutorial video;

    How To Backup The Data On Your Hard Drive Automatically
    12:29
    Thank you so much for your help, it is really useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    You should have started your own thread. But I suspect your post is just to get your link (To the server you're selling.) posted.
    Link removed. I am watching.

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