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Transferring info to sanDisk 1GB

I have just purchased a 1GB SanDisk and tried transferring iTunes songs onto it after I removed and tried the SanDisk to see if the transferr went ok, it was in text form?

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Did you eject it through the software or pulled it out of the USB
This is very common the flash drive recommends that you do this so that your data is saved



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Unfortunately, your music that you purchased from the iTunes store will not. There may be an easier way to do this, but this method will work. First, burn your iTunes purchased songs to a CD, then rip them back to your PC. Set WMP to also look in the folder that you rip to for music in addition to your iTunes folder. You can identify several in WMP so once you establish the library, you won't have to switch back and forth between your iTunes library and this new library. You will then see that music in WMP to be synced as well.

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