Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Use Windows Media Player- it is the easiest - plenty of instructional files on Microsoft's website - with and without video tutorials; Reader's Digest version: connect iPod, open Windows Media Player, click burn tab, the songs will copy (make sure your iPod supports WMA files); drag and drop them to player, hit "start sync". Done. If the songs you are trying to transfer do not have "burn rights," you will not be able to transfer them no matter what program you use.
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