No. If you are downloading your computer needs to be on
You can't. If you sync with iTunes on another computer iTunes will force you to wipe the iPod.
Plain and simple you cant
From your old computer, go to the 'File' menu on iTunes, go to 'Library', then 'Back up library'. Copy the backup, open with iTunes on the new computer, and it should be there.
Yes but if you go into music/itunes and back-up the itunes folder onto a USB stick or something then put it back on your computer once you reinstalled itunes then it should be fine.
When iTunes is upgraded, it preserves your music library so just run the upgrade process and you'll be fine
If think that this doesn't work because I've tried it before
You can move your iTunes music library from a Windows computer to a Mac without losing any of your songs. (See links below)
You don't have to upgrade iTunes, you just can set your ipod touch to a "replacement" even though it's not.
Yes. Just click "buy" and drag the song over to your playlist.
After installing iTunes, plug in your iPhone and let it complete any patch updates or system backups. Then, find your iPhone under "Devices" in the left-hand explorer bar, right-click it, and select "Transfer Purchases." See http://theappleblog.com/2008/07/22/transfer-applications-from-iphone-to-itunes/ for screenshots.
It is possible if you check off the syncing, and choose manual upload.
You can download music without losing songs. Unless your iPod doesn't have any more room for music. You can download songs from iTunes. You can buy songs form the Apple store or you can download songs from a CD. You can put music on your ipod by dragging the song(s) to the little iPod logo, located on the right hand side of the iTunes menu.
Losing money, Losing passwords, losing personal details, the virus could crash your computer, and the hacker could use your computer to commit crimes such as DDoSing.
updating your iPhone should not affect your music, but if it does, you should have a copy of your music stored on your iTunes authorized computer. If you purchase your music on iTunes, you should have a copy of all of the music you ever purchased in iCloud incase you lose anything. I think manually managing your media on iTunes has something to do with losing your music after updating.
When you plug in the iPod to the new computer, iTunes should display a message that reads something like "purchased items have been detected on this iPod. Would you like to transfer these purchases?" this message may display before or after you choose to sync the iPod with that computer. However, it may be risky to sync if the message does not display beforehand. It should display a one point though, and a problem only arises if the message is never shown. Hope this helps and sorry i couldn't provide an absolute answer.
Deleting a Playlist does not delete your song files. They are stored under Library-MUSIC. IF you delete it from the MUSIC Library, then it IS deleted permanently.
No i have tried it and it deletes all your songs
If you plug it in it will start to sync. You can always sync it back to the old computer and still have the things from the new computer. Hope this Helped! Trust Point please!