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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 12480 19-Mar-2007 18:24
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Hi, new to this - I'm sure this has been asked before but....

I have a new computer - which I would like to transfer all the songs on my ipod to - I'm a little concerned that a 'blank' itunes folder will copy over all the current music on my player as soon as I connect it to the computer - any suggestions on how to do this? 

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 64322 19-Mar-2007 18:38
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Make sure your iPod is in disk mode or set to manual update (depending on your version of iTunes) once in this mode you are safe to connect to a new computer.

Then you need a piece of software like iPodRip from to transfer the music to a new computer.

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