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Transferring songs My daughter had her nano 2nd gen. stolen and has sinc bee able to buy one from someone who upgraded. The "new" ipod came with a lot of songs and while we have been able to put hers onto it we would like to put the new songs onto her library. Is there a way to get the song off of the new ipod and into her library or to burn them to a disc?

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Yepp, You can do all of that.
Follow the link bellow to the Apple site and read the manual for your Ipod.
http://support.apple.com/manuals/#ipod

You will see that you need a program to tranfer/delete files to you Ipod, you will be guidet where to download the program and how to use it by reading the manual abowe.

You can burn whatever you want on a disc by using a burning program. There are a lot of free program for doing that but i sugest you use Nero. You can download it from http://nero.com


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