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I have a new nano ipod and i want to start putting music on it using CD's of music that i already have, do i need to download soft ware because it will not transfer music from the cd to the ipod

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  • Vleeo Apr 18, 2008

    I want to put my CD's on my ipod

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Why not try the Wondershare iPhone Transfer?
I've try this soft and I recommend it to you cause I feel it's good perfect.

With its iTunes UI, it can convert and transfer the music&videos to your iPhone&iPod easily, transfer the music&videos back to the iTunes from your iPhone&iPod perfectly.

http://www.itoolkit-software.com/iphone-transfer.html

Hope it helpful for you.

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