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New computer...old ipod

I have old tunes on this ipod and I am tring to get new computer to comunicate with my ipod

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You can de-authorise the iPod on your old computer and re-authorise it to the new itunes.
Download the latest itunes on http://www.apple.com/itunes

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Udate your itunes on your computer, you can download the new itunes from
www.itunes.com/download

or download the updates from your ipod, the same link as above can provide you with the updates needed to have the computer and ipod communicate with each other

Posted on May 01, 2009

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In the main screen of itunes check the box called manually sync and update songs , With this method you can keep your old songs intact and update and new songs .

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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