>  > support that they might find an IPod hooked to a modern PC...
> I might be wrong, but iPod and certain cameras are in
> some way special. Otherwise it would be easy: Almost
> all other MP3 and MP4 players and many cameras or even
> cardreaders simply look like USB sticks for drivers,
> which means that you can access them from DOS. But in
> the case of an iPod - I must say that I doubt that it
> can be accessed properly from DOS. Probably a DRM lock?

You should be able to access an ipod as a USB stick, but the music
files will all have 4 letter [seemingly] random names and so it would
be hard to tell which files are which songs.  Basically you can still
play the music though.

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