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For future reference:

a) an iOS device is generally "tied" to the computer it syncs with, and can't be used on other people's computers (particularly if they have iTunes)

b) an iOS device and iTunes music really have very few limitations, but anything that looks like copying music from one computer to another violates the agreement between Apple and the record companies and doesn't work. I'm not saying that was your intent, but plugging an iPod into someone else's machine makes iTunes assume you either want to reformat it or you're trying to illegally copy songs onto it, and that's where trouble comes in.
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