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Topic: How Do You Keep Your Ipod Songs When Changing To A New Computer?

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Old 10-01-2004, 08:48 PM
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How Do You Keep Your Ipod Songs When Changing To A New Computer?

Hi, I just got a new computer and I just put Itunes on but I dont want to hook my Ipod up on it because I have 600+ songs on it and if I hook it up I'll lose all my songs. Is there anyway to transmit my songs on my old comp. to my new 1.
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HELP?????????????
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Old 10-02-2004, 09:01 AM
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You can leave the Songs on the iPod and use a program such as iPod Agent to import mp3 from the ipod to the computer... there's an article here on ipodlounge too...
Since it's only 600 songs, you could burn a lil bunch of cd's too. (As Data, not Audio)

I'd have a problem doing that... 2000+ Songs :P .




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