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Need to copy an iTunes library onto another iPod

I bought my mom an iPod for Christmas, and she loves my music, so I wanted to copy my library onto her iPod while, of course, still keeping my own library in tact. Can this be done? If it can be, what will happen when she goes to start up her own library on her own computer (which will be empty because she's never had an iPod)? Can she just copy those songs from the iPod to the library?

(I know that both she and I have to turn off "automatic sync" in our libraries.)

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It is better to just copy the music to her computer and dowlad and insatall itunes. If she wants all the music just burn a back up and just open i tunes on the other computer and insert disc which will be copyed to computer.

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