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Is there a way to move the contents of my iPod (mini) from one computer to another? I have a Windows desktop, a Windows laptop and a new Mac Pro on the way. I am giving the Windows desktop away, so I removed iTunes and all my songs from that machine. I downloaded iTunes onto the Windows laptop and plugged the iPod in, but I can't find a way to download the contents of the iPod into the laptop??? I will want to do the same thing when the MacPro arrives. Or will I have to import all 100+ CD's from scratch again?
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To transfer music from the iPod to a Mac, get yourself a program called Senuti. To transfer the music to a Windows computer, use PodPlayer


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To transfer music from the iPod to a Mac, get yourself a program called Senuti. To transfer the music to a Windows computer, use PodPlayer
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Senuti does not work for me AT ALL. I simply end up with some sort of void/blank file downloaded....
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