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    i won't to take all the songs of my ipod

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Hey tina1234,
Its easy to remove music just like as ur PC.
U need to connect the IPOD with ur PC by USB data cable.
Some IPOD need driver and some dont need.
Install driver if needed from CD it came with.
Now, a drive for storage device of IPOD is seen. In it, there are many folders ie music/songs/sounds, videos, photos, etc. Go to music/song/mp3/sound folder. Inside, it there are songs u have uploaded before. Now u can choose and delete the musics.
Thats much. Thanks.
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Posted on May 07, 2008

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