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Help!! My husband and I each have an ipod. We like different music. Can you have two separate itune stores on one comp? If I plug his in, it syncs to my itunes store automatically. I can't figure out how to add music to his without it completely matching mine. Do we just create separate playlists?? I don't wanna mess anything up.

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I would have thought that as long as you can identify each playlist as required, that should work, so Yes, create separate playlists, after backing up your tunes and data.

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