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My computer crashed but i had all my music on my ipod I would like to put that music back on my new computer from my ipod, is it possible?

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  • shadowah6 Sep 04, 2009

    my problem is it wants to sych up right away, how do I get it to not do that. I don't want to loose the music, I did that once and luckly my old computer was still working, if I loose it now it will be lost forever.

  • shadowah6 Sep 04, 2009

    when the computer wants to sync what do I do, I don't want to loose my music there is no way to get it back if it disaperars off my ipod touch


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Yes, just use your USB or whatever configuration came with your Ipod and open all the songs on your pod. Select them all and choose to copy them to a folder, usually My Music or wherever you wish. Then paste them there it only takes a few minutes or less depending on the volume of music being copied.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

  • Dana Newcombe
    Dana Newcombe Sep 04, 2009

    I'm sorry, I'd forgotten about that aspect of the Iphone/ Itunes relationship.There may be, on your pod, an option to lock or save from erasure? I'm not certain but, won't Itunes just update your present library of music and add it to it's own "jukebox" type set up? I dont think you should have to fear loosing them. Maybe hit a friends house that has a Pod station that records and saves on a chip SD or another type. Flash drive maybe. Best of luck my friend,Dana


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