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I've had an iPod for 2 years, and it has accumulated over 3,000 songs on it, many of which I do not still have the CDs of. My comp recently went belly up (damn Biostar) and I had to wipe my hard drive and get a new mobo. Now, I am trying to get my songs off of my iPod and put them on my new HD, but I can't access them. I tried doing a backup-restore, but the folder they were in was shown as being full of songs, but once I opened the folder it looked empty. Any ideas on how I can do this? I really don't want to track down all of my old CDs.
 

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<a href="http://www.badtvedits.com/ephpod/ephpod277.exe" target="_blank">http://www.badtvedits.com/ephpod/ephpod277.exe</a>
 

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hey, thanks. I'll see if this works.
 

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Hmm. Do I open Ephpod, or Ephpod, Sync and Quit?
 

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You can do it without software if you are having problems. Let me know if you want to go software-free.<img src="/images/smilies/tongue.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Stick Out Tongue" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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Ephpod is a great utility though.
 

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how do I do it w/o software?<br />
Ephpod is a little confusing, or maybe I'm just an idiot.
 

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just open up your iPod on "my computer" and drag your songs off of it from the folder it's in...I do it all the time.
 

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where do I do that from?
 
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