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Let we assume about ipod is the hardware..the just a reason make transfer music back and fourth if u have a computer.. want to make conection with ur computer u need a software. the software name is itunes.. itune is a freeware u can download this freely
u can learn more about itune here : http://www.apple.com/itunes/what-is/
and u can download these here :http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

tips :
if something like your computer's hard drive failing, the power tripping or even just deleting your library can also force you to transfer music between the two components

good luck

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