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DVD does not download backup info.

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Install freeware DVD shrink.It will copy the backup files to the DVD very easily.

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973455 - workaroundissue12

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ok..so what kind of computer do you have, and what are you looking to back it up to?

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I have had to replace my hard drive on my pc how can i get my music back on to pc from my ipod and back into i tunes


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To create your backup disc
  1. Choose File > Library > Back up to Disc.
  2. Select the option you want from the resulting dialog and click Back Up.
  3. The two options you can select from are:
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  4. Insert a blank disc (CD or DVD) into your computer's optical drive. iTunes will scan the disc and begin burning.
  5. Note: If the disc you insert does not have enough space to hold all of the content you will be backing up, a dialog will appear asking whether you wish to backup to multiple discs. You can click Data Discs to continue.
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Restoring from a backup disc
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  2. Insert your backup disc.
  3. iTunes will ask whether you want to restore from this disc. Click Restore.
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  1. Choose a playlist on the left side of the iTunes window.
  2. Click the Burn Disc button on the bottom right corner of iTunes.
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