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All iPod's are able to have music put on them using iTunes which is a free download from itunes.com. Depending on how the iPod was first setup, you might have to have it do a restore using iTunes to re-set it up if you are going from a Mac to a PC, but if it was first setup on a PC, it should be able to be used in iTunes on both systems. You might need to activate the iPod on your system to upload music to it though, which would take up one of your iTunes device activations.
Hello, Here are the instructions for how to setup and register your IPod ·Insert the CD that came with your iPod into your computer. ·Open My Computer, then double-click the iPod CD to start the installation. ·In the resulting dialog, choose your preferred language from the menu choices, then click OK. ·The iPod for Windows Install.
Wizard starts up. Follow the instructions to install ipod software onto your computer, connecting your iPod to your computer (if asked) as follows:
To connect iPod shuffle: Remove the USB cap and plug the USB connector into a high-powered USB port on your computer.
Note: High-powered USB ports are generally the ones that reside on your computer or on a powered USB hub. If you want your iPod battery to charge while connected, avoid using the USB port on your keyboard or non-powered USB hub. ·When your computer recognizes iPod, it may update software on your iPod if needed (click Update if you get a dialog that says your iPod needs to be reformatted or restored). When finished, your iPod software will be installed at the default location, C:Program FilesiPod (unless you choose another folder). ·The installer will then install iTunes if it isn't already installed on your computer, or if you have an older version installed than the one that came on your iPod CD. ·When the installation is complete, follow the instructions to restart your computer. ·Once your computer is back up, you should be greeted by the iPod Setup Assistant (if your iPod is still connected). Type a name for your iPod in the top field. ·Choose the "Automatically update songs on my iPod" checkbox if you want to sync your entire itunes music library and playlists to your iPod each time you plug it in. If you want control of what goes onto your iPod, deselect this checkbox. ·If you have an iPod with a color display, you can have iTunes automatically copy your photos to your iPod (using your settings in iTunes preferences) to fill any remaining space by choosing the "Automatically copy photos to my iPod" checkbox. Then choose a folder from the Synchronize photos from menu. If you prefer to copy photos manually, deselect this checkbox. ·Click Next to go to the next screen. If you'd like to register your iPod at this time, click Register My iPod. Click Finish to end the setup process and open iTunes (you should see your iPod hanging out in the iTunes Source pane. Hope this helps,