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Music on apple 80 gig ipod

I had music in my itunes from other sources. I now have the music on my ipod.My computer crashed and i had to get a new hard drive and the music could not be saved. Now if i hook my i pod to itunes i will lose all the music on my ipod.
How can i get the music back in i tunes with out losing it.
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I honestly don't think you can. If the music isn't on your hard drive that is on your iPod then you WILL lose it if you sync it with the musicless iTunes. To my knowledge you have to re-download what's on your iPod (playlists and all) and if you add or subtract anything and sync that's what you'll have on your iPod.

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