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xsohaute

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My iBook G4 just recently crashed (for the second time in a month) and I just recieved it back from Apple with a brand new harddrive. Unfortuately the new harddrive is sans all my old music on iTunes and I don't want to reconnect my iPod because I'm afraid it will read my library as empty and automatically update the iPod to be blank. Before the harddrive crashed I had changed my iTunes iPod options to not automatically update, however, since I have not plugged in the iPod to the computer with the new harddrive yet, iTunes is not showing me the options to discontinue automatic update.

Is there any way I can connect my iPod without completely erasing everything on it?

Help!

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soulsword23

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Well if u have talked to the apple company if they dont know then just try it and hope it goes well or just search for it.... :tazz:

and i dont no much about ipod and apple stuff becase i have a yh820 samsung mp3 and i love it is so much better then an ipod! and it have 5gb so it can hold about 1500 songs and pics!

Edited by soulsword23, 18 June 2005 - 01:59 PM.

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