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How do I get rid of a computer that doesn't exist anymore from my iTunes account? The old computer has been recycled with my iTunes acoount on my current desktop. I neglected to remove iTunes prior to being recycled.

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I'm continuing to have major issues getting iTunes to recognized my son's iPod Touch. It was last sync'd to the old computer more than a year ago. I've backed up and updated all iTunes material; Uninstalled iTunes and reinstalled; confirmed other iPods will connect. The only issue I'm having is with my son's Touch.

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If you're referring to authorization, you cannot deauthorize a computer to which you no longer have access. Unless you've reached the limit of five authorizations, that shouldn't be a problem. If you have  reached five authorizations for that account, there will be a button in your iTunes Store account information that will allow you to deauthorize all systems associated with that account. Log into your Store account and you should see it. You can then reauthorize the computers you're using now.
I'm not sure what this would have to do with an issue with an iPod touch, though. Can you please explain that issue in more detail?
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