Question about Apple iPod nano 2nd Generation MP3 Player

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Old and new Nano.

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I don't know computers.
I have an old nano 4gb, I purchased a new 8gb for my wife. When i try to install and download music on itunes the license agreement pops up and I click on agree and then click save, a save screen pops up and i hit save but nothing happens..?? The license agreement stays up..? What do i do, what am i doing wrong??

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Sounds like you need the new itunes, which just came out..

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