Moving to larger external hard drive Tags: Hard Drives iTunes iMac External Hard Drive Storage Last response: January 10, 2011 9:07 PM in Storage Share 1ma2t1941 January 1, 2011 3:15:31 PM Hello, I have a 160g external hard drive on my iMac that holds my iTunes library. I need to have a 1 terrbyte capacity. What is the best way to move them after I buy my new external hard drive? More about : moving larger external hard drive house70 a b G Storage January 10, 2011 9:07:33 PM I would say, copy and paste. I guess you will have to "point" iTunes towards the new folder after that. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedusing a hot swap bay vs using an external hard drive for a moving hard drive Forum SolvedMoving files from external hard drive to NAS Forum Upgrading to a larger hard drive, need to move MS Office 2007 Forum Keep getting PFN LIST CORRUPT 0000004e error. Especially when I start moving lard music files from external to new hard drive. Forum Moving files from external hard drive to new pc Forum Retrieving files from external hard drive or pc after moving them. Forum Retrieving files from external hard drive or pc after moving them. Forum Moving hard drive to external enclosure - how?! Forum Moving external hard drive to internal. Forum Solvedcannot move downloads to external hard drive Forum SolvedExternal Hard Drive - Moved Enclosures, but now HD has no files? Forum SolvedClone a server raid 1 hard drive to a larger drive Forum new macbook air wont let me move files onto existing external hard drive Forum Does muy laptop support a larger in capacity hard drive? Forum Moving XP to larger drive Forum My external hard drive wont move music to my hard drive Forum SolvedHard drive partitions showing far larger than the drive Forum How to move files from external hard drive Forum How to move programes to external hard drive and start from desktop Forum Need larger hard drive for Xbox 360 E Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !