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Old 10-25-2012, 08:28 PM   #3
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Haven't tried loading music yet, but have the answer to your "eject" question: just unplug, once the downloads are done. In Windows, at least (dont know about Macs), the HD does not need to be ejected, since it's not considered by the desktop as a device that needs to be ejected. [Amazon's customer service rep did NOT know this, and the HD's own help files make reference to "safely eject your Kindle," when no such option will show up on the desktop--but when I searched the Kindle help forums, I found the answer.]
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