Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch
Unlike some personal music players, the iPod stores your
music on a hard drive, as well as your computer. This allows the iPod to store
lots of music, but also means it is vulnerable to many of the same problems as
other drives, including jumping and data fragmentation. Skipping is difficult
to avoid, but you can fight against the fragmentation of data with the Windows
Disk Defragmenter, the same tool you use your hard drive clean.
1. Connect your iPod to your PC using the USB or Firewire,
or placing it in its docking station.
2. Expect that Windows recognizes the iPod. It only takes a
few seconds, but you must wait until the possibility of the iPod disk utilities
3. Open "My Computer", clicking the shortcut on
the Start menu or desktop.
4. Locate the iPod in the list of active drives in My
Computer. Once you've found, right-click the icon and choose
"Properties" menu of options.
5. Changing from the "General" tab to the
"Tools" menu in the Properties panel.
6. Click the "Defragment Now" and follow the
instructions to connect your iPod to your hard disk to defragment.
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