Question about Apple iPod nano 4th Generation
I got a new computer, running Windows Vista. What's the best way to transfer my iPod contents -- songs, podcasts, books -- to my new computer. I see that there are some shareware programs that do this, but would welcome any recommendations. I have over 6 gb of stuff loaded on my iPod and I'd hate to lose it!
You can also transfer all your music, video, etc. by creating a backup on cds. On itunes go to file, click library, click backup disc. You will be instructed to insert a cd and it will take you through the process. It will take a few cds for all your data but this is guaranteed to transfer everything including playlists and play counts. On your new computer you will go through the same first steps but you will chose restore instead of creating backup disc. You will need to authorize your new computer on itunes to allow any purchased songs to be played.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
When you sync the ipod to a new computer your ipod will get reformatted and you need to sync the ipod with a pgrom like imtoo ipod copier or itouchcopy.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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