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Cannot authorize my computer to download my itunes.

30 gig ipod black
It will take my old id nor email.
I have so many songs and do not want to lose them.
They are all stuck on itunes
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To authorize a computer on iTunes, you can follow:
For Mac:
Step 1. Open iTunes > Sing in Apple ID, if you have not singed in.
Step 2. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, choose Account > Authorizations > Authorize This Computer.
Step 3. Enter your password, then press the Return or Enter key on your keyboard, or click Authorize.
For Windows:
Step 1. Open iTunes > Sing in Apple ID.
Step 2. From the menu bar at the top of the iTunes window, choose Account > Authorizations > Authorize This Computer. If you don't see the menu bar, press Control + B on your keyboard.
To de-authorize a computer on iTunes, you can abide by:
Step 1: Open iTunes > From the Store menu, choose Deauthorize This Computer. (In earlier versions of iTunes, access this option from the Advanced menu).
Step 2: When prompted, enter your Apple ID and password, then click Deauthorize.

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Step 1: First, you should open your computer, download the latest version of iTunes on the computer and operate it. You could firstly sign in your Apple ID or you could sign in later. the icon "Account" on the top of the column on the screen should be clicked first.

Step 2: Click the item "Authorizations" on the sub-menu items and click the "Authorize the Computer" on the sub-menu item. After entering the account and the password to authorize the computer, the iTunes Store would visit the server of the Apple to do the verification of the authorization.

Step 3: When passing the verification, the windows would give a hint that the authorization is done and that how many equipment this account has authorized. By the way, if you want to cancel the authorization, you could also click the sub-menu item of the authorization and click the item "Deauthorize the computer".

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Try backing up your WHOLE iTUNES FOLDER onto any kind of external drive. and try re-installing itunes.

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