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So I finally got around to copying all my music from my old computer to my new one and adding a bunch of new stuff I've recently acquired. I plug in the iPod and it asks me if I want to sync it to this computer instead, and I say yes, and it goes on its merry way. I noticed one error message before I went to sleep, saying one song couldn't be copied because this computer isn't authorized. Checked that this morning and it was just something I must have copied from a friend's computer not realizing he'd bought it from iTunes. There were no other errors when I woke up. Yet now I'm looking at it and there's about a 100-track difference between my iTunes music and what got copied to the iPod. What could be causing this? Non-mp3 file formats? Is there any easy way to compare the two libraries so I can figure out exactly which songs didn't copy and why?