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Ipod nano and new computer

I have an old nano (1st genereation) and I can't use it on my new computer. It says I need a driver. I have lost the original disk and can't find the appropriate link at Apple. To make things worse I have now lost my link on the computer to the USB j:/. So it now looks like I have 2 problems!

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