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I have a probelm with my windows media 11 not recognizing my Apple I pod and my free Agent External hard drive. I want to put music on them but am not able to do so . Help Thanks Jojo

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You can not your apple i pod not recognize with media player you have to use the quick player to recognize your apple i pod.

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