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How to get new songs onto my Ipod after HD change


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we had to change our hard drive out a few months ago. It had been changed out the year before, but the warranty had run out.
I cannot remember the exact problem now, but we have a new hard drive,

Well, we have an ipod, the little old ones, the shuffles, and we have lots of songs on it, from our old Itunes list. Now, I want to add more songs, but it insists i have to delete the library of songs that is on it now, before i add new ones,

I dont' want to delete them. I love these songs. And when I say cancel, otherwise it will delete TODO from my ipod, I click cancel& then dont even see an Ipod icon on the list on the left.
What can I do to get new songs on my Ipod? I hate to wipe out all the ones I got now. someone said there was a program that would help me.
Is there one for free?
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