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Adding songs to Ipod without it copying songs from another accou

We all have ipods in the family. When I plug my wifes ipod in to my pc, it tries to copy/sync all my songs on to her ipod. She doesnt want my songs on hers. How can I run more than 1 account on the ipod and therefore prevent this?

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All you need to do is create a playlist for your wife then when she plugs her ipod in, click on her ipod image and another screen will open, choose the music tab and select sync music with playlistr, and choose the playlist that you have created for her ipod.

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