I have a Netbook, which does not have a CD drive, and I would like to transfer songs that I...
bought on said Netbook to my primary computer. Is this possible, and if so, how?
yup.. you can either use a USB flash disk, external hard disk, your Ipod (or any mp3 player that doubles as a flash drive), wifi if network is properly set up, bluetooth if you have them on both and Through the internet. You can mail them to your self or upload them to a free file hosting site then download them on your PC.
On a practicle level I would use a USB stick or a portable hard disk, but if you have the technological know-how you could also set up an 'adhoc' network which is the file sharing network between two computers over a local area network usually (your home network). There are many problems with this method though, because it usually doesn't work between macs and PCs and doesn't work between some models and outdated PCs. Your best bet is to get a USB drive if you haven't got one (they're not too expensive). I would say that using a file share online could get you into trouble over breaching copyright because it could appear that you are distributing the songs for free and emailing them to yourself is way to slow and tedious for an entire library. Hope this helps!
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