Yes you can, though you have to be careful you dont sync the songs on the new computer with the songs on your iPod or you could end up loosing music. Easiest way to do this is just create a new account on the computer and then get iTunes going on that account and then use that account for uploading and downloading songs. Contact itunes if you have any problems, a few of my own mates had to contact itunes and they all said that the customer service is good so.. Hey isn't this awsome writing? Ya I know it is because im so sexy! !PEACE!
You can go to control panel if that doesn't work look at manual of call your company where computer was bought.
go to the store you bought them at and ask them
If you've genuinely bought the songs from iTunes Store to your iPod, you should be able to transfer purchases without any problems, as long as you authorize your new computer with the same iTunes account that you bought your songs with. More information: softwarebbs.com/wiki/How_to_transfer_or_backup_music_from_iPod_to_Mac
To see if they are strong and have been bought by another slave owner
Just find it in the App Store and "buy" it again. When it begins to download it notify you that you have already bought that app and will not charge you again.
I am not sure, but I doubt it. My friend bought the Chinese TS3 and it crashes on her American computer (that might just be windows though)
I was told by DELL to remove it from my computer, even though I bought my computer from them with it already installed.
If you already bought it... put it in and then click install. Its should work from there
When you first bought your computer, it is already installed, it located at the desktop and the start menu.
If you already bought the song, it should be in your iTunes library. If it is not anywhere on your computer or in the iTunes library, then you will have to pay for the song again if you can't find it. Just do what you did before to buy it originally.
Try and send the file to another computer and play it on there!
If you still have the packaging there will be a code in it that will allow to download it if you have a multi-computer license. However, when you bought the program you will have had to have bought a version that can be installed on multiple machines with the afore-mentioned multi-computer license. If you have the normal license, you can't download it free...legally.
Some examples of redundancy are: ATM Machine ATM= Automated Teller Machine I am going to the ATM is needed. Not I am going to the ATM Machine. Another is: I bought a PC Computer. PC= Personal Computer I bought a PC is needed. Not I bought a PC Computer.
Bring the computer to best buy or another computer store (best if you go to the store that you bought it from).
no, you say 'you bought an apple computer'
When you sync the iPod, any apps you have bought on the iPod or another computer that are on the iPod will automatically upload to iTunes.
If the DVD is Read-Only (If you bought or rented it with the movie already on it), then no, it can't be changed in any way by the computer