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Reformat ipod from PC to MAC

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I want to reformat my wife's ipod from PC to our Mac. Can I use iRip to get her songs on to the mac, reformat the ipod to mac and re-sync the ipod? She has over 500 songs and I'd be in deep stuff if I loose them. I'm somewhat computer savvy but this is making me just a little nervous. Then would I need to add her as a new user with her own log in for Itunes or would it matter

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Ya, if you pull the songs off the ipod and place them in itunes you are good. Reformat and put them back on the ipod. It will be like nothing ever changed.
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Thanks, that's what I was hoping for.
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