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Downloading my boss gave me her ipod the she bought two years ago and asked me to download two cd's onto it i cant figure it out i dont have a book i know its an apple its skinny and white

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    downloading the songs from the computer to my ipod



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Put your CD's in your computer with iTunes pulled up. A screen will appear that has your songs on it from your CD. Click the boxes to the left of the songs. Press import. The songs will be downloaded to iTunes. When you plug your ipod into your computer and sync it, they will be on there.

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Shouldmbe able to go to itunes and automatically download cds

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You need to use the apple itunes program to do it

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