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Synching ipod to a new computer


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Ok, so i recently moved and bought a new computer, and downloaded itunes. Is there anyway to synch it to this new computer without losing my songs. or apps?
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You can burn your library to CDs, do Home Sharing through iTunes 9, or Transfer Purchases through iPod. If you have songs you acquired through other means ( ), try using Senuti or Pod to Mac. Both are free, and work relatively well.
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