Question about Apple iPod touch Second Gen (8 GB, MB528LL/A) Digital Media Player
Could you explain what you mean by your iPod "has adisabled"?
Once you get iTunes installed on your new computer, don't sync, which will erase all the music on your iPod.
If the music on your iPod was purchased via iTunes, you can right-click on your iPod within iTunes and select "Transfer Purchases". This will copy your purchased music back to iTunes (back to your new computer).
For any music on your iPod that wasn't purchased via iTunes, you'll need to download and use a program for transferring music from iPod to your computer. There are a bunch of them, here's one:
If you need a free utility, you'll just need to Google.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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