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Can't use my iPod on Mac; originally used in Windows

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Hopefully I'm posting this in the correct place.

I originally used my iPod nano on the Windows laptop from my previous employer. I no longer have that computer. Now I have a MacBook with my new employer. When I open iTunes on my computer, it recognizes my iPod, but no songs are there. How do I fix this so I can add new songs and podcasts, etc?

Also, when I click on iTunes store, it says: "iTunes cannot connect to the iTunes store Make sure your network connection is active and try again." I'm on the internet, though, which is how I'm able to post this question.



EDIT: Okay, I no longer see the error about connecting to the iTunes store. But I still do not see anything from my iPod library. Thanks!

Edited by m4thr0x, 13 December 2009 - 05:22 PM.

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