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Will my iPad's content be rejected for backup if I "downgrade" my iTunes installation?

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I "upgraded" to 10.5 this morning and nothing I've tried (and I've been pretty industrious) can get iTUnes 10.5 to back up my iPad (running 4.3.5).
I'm thinking that perhaps the way to go is to uninstall 10.5 and reinstall something older, but I'm concerned that if I do that, the "new" installation will think my iPad was synced with another library and outright refuse to do a backup.
Has anyone else had experience successfully downgrading iTunes?

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shadowsowner888 wrote:
If I copy my current iTunes library to the new computer, what will happen when I plug my iPod in?
if you copy the iTunes folder from the old to the new Mac, your Touch will just continue to sync with iTunes as if nothing happened.
make sure you copy the entire iTunes folder (not just the iTunes music or media folder).

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