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Restore I turned my i-pod on one day to read a display message that said.Use i-tunes to restore. I had my son download the music on it from his commputer.I do not have access to his commputer. Is there a way to save the music that is already on my i -pod and restore it?

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There are some programs available. I use iGadget from www.purpleghostsoftware.com.

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