2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 3, 2007 5:25 PM by Erik J Lundeen
Erik J Lundeen Level 1 (10 points)
I have a Powerbook that I have been using for my iPod and iTunes. However, I also have a Windows desktop that a former employer bought for my home office, that has been sitting there pretty much collecting dust. I just got my wife her own iPod, and I'm wondering if there is a way to sync her iPod to both the Mac and Windows computer. I travel for business, and take my laptop with me, but I want my wife to be able to sync, charge and download new songs to her iPod while I'm gone. We have our entire music library on an external hard drive, so I thought it would be easy to just connect it to the desktop while I was gone, and use iTunes for Windows to access it. When I went to connect the iPod to the Windows, an error popped up telling me it was formatted for Mac and couldn't be read. Is there any way around this? Any help would be greatly appreciated... thanks!


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