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burnsryan

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hi there

i recently formatted my pc as i had a virus, therefore deleting my massive i-tunes folder. my pc has now been set up with windows installed

my ipod is still working with all my music still intact and i was wondering if it was possible to transfer this music back to my itunes library on my PC.

i'm reluctant to sync them as the PC may wipe the i-pod.

help please!!!!

ryan
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Burton1

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i believe its possible. Highlight all the music on ur ipod and drag it over. I can confirm that later today when i get home from school. You will just need itunes to allow the computer.
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Hi,
I think ephPod is what you might need.

First:
Download and install ephpod

Next:
Open ephPod, Start > Programs > ephPod.

Then:
Go through the on-screen wizard, and, when the wizard is complete, double click songs.

Finally:
When the songs appear on the screen, right click any song, and click "select all songs", then right click again, and click "copy songs to directory".

Follow the onscreen instructions, and then, import the songs into iTunes.
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