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Transfering Music from mp3 to Itunes

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My problem is that i have an old Creative mp3 and do not have the disk to install the creative package on my computer, so it is not being recognised. Ideally what i would like to do is take all the music from this mp3 and sync it into my Itunes libary on my computer but don't know where to start. can anyone help me? If yes, i am of course extreamly grateful but would ask for a very dummy proof step by step how to......... sorry not very tech minded as you my have guessed.
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First thing that you need to do is to go to the creative website then download the software for your MP3 player from Creative. Then after that transfer the songs into your computer. After doing that transfer it to Itunes then to the IPOD.

http://www.creative.com/

If you cant find your software please give me the model of your Creative MP3

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