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Can't take the music off my ipod!

Forgive me, I am new to the forum and to the ipod, so I will be brief. I am experiencing problems taking off music on my ipod, and I have some of my mother in law's music on there and I would like to just have my music on this ipod. Any ideas?? Please help!

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  • salveishere Dec 27, 2008

    thanks! I really appreciated your help! I am new to the ipod nano, and with cool people like yourself, I am sure to do well!

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Go to your Library and click on the playlist or the song and hit the delete button on your keyboard...it will then askyou if you would like to permantly remove the song or playlist from your library and just simply click yes. that should do it.

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http://www.transfer-ipod-to-itunes.com/showproduct.aspx?t=a

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