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Sync COmputer to IPOD

I had to completely clean and debug my hard drive because of a virus. I had Windows reloaded am am now reloading all of the other programs that I had. Now I would like to have my "new" Itunes sync with the existing IPOD I have. I really, really do not wish to reload all of what I had done.

Can this be done?

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Search the net for iPod to Computer transfer and you will see numerous programs for saving music from an iPod to a Computer. I use Copy Trans Suite.
This will allow you to back up your entire iPod to a file on your computer.
This is the only real way to move music from the iPod to your computer.

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