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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tom Fine" <[log in to unmask]>
> OK, now here's the question at hand. There seem to be several programs out
there that will let me
> connect up my iPod to second computer and dump its music library into that
computer's iTunes
> library, rather than over-write the iPod with music from what's already on
that computer. What I'd
> like to do is sync up the iTunes at both work and home with the iPod being the
sync'ing medium.
>
If all else fails...simply rename the existing folder that contains the
music as sound files, so the software can't find it to overwrite. Then,
you can use standard Windows Explorer (the XXI-Jahrhundert version of
"File Manager") commands and mouse manipulations to get all the sound
files into one folder. Then, another "iaaf" answer...burn that folder
onto a CD-R or DVD-R (or more) and use that to put all the sound files
on both machines...

Steven C. Barr