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ITunes I have a problem importing my music into itunes and some of my files are duplicated. If i go to summary it tells me that music has been copied in another folder,but then i go to that spesific folder and the stuff that must be in there is alone.

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Copy all the songs into a folder, then look for duplicates, delete them, then delete all the songs in iTunes and then replay them (as MP3 Files) and they'll be moved into iTunes again else..Delete all of your music in your iTunes. Import all your music back into iTunes and in one of the submenus should be "view duplicates"delete the duplicates.
then in one of the submenus should be "consolidate library"
clicking this will move all of your music into one consolidated folder

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How to upload songs to my mobile from pc


To do this you'll need to have itunes installed. You can get it here.

Once installed, add your music to your iTunes (you can deselect in settings (setting -> advanced -> copy files to itunes media folder) that you want to copy the files to the iTunes folder; do this if you don't want duplicates).

Connect your iPhone with your computer using the usb cable and open iTunes. Select your phone. Now you'll have the choice to either manually add music files or synchronize your entire library. Since you only have 8GB, I recommend to sync your music manually.

Drag and drop the music from your iTunes library to your device (should be in the rop right corner, next to the "iTunes Store" button)

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3 Important Tips for iTunes on Windows for the non-MAC users There are times...


3 Important Tips for iTunes on Windows for the non-MAC users
There are times that software would bug down or get messed up. We do not have total control over them. Either software gets infected or damaged by a virus or even for an unknown reason its files just get messed up. Same is true for iTunes.
There are times that we experience doing an upgrade for iTunes and then all of the sudden it stops, crashes or this nasty little error window would pop-up. There are even times that we had to reinstall iTunes and, upon doing so, discover that we have lost our valuable music. This guide is the answer to all that problems.
Tip#1: Make sure that you know where all your data is being saved. For the iTunes Media Folder, the location is in your My Documents Folder ("My Documents\My Music\iTunes" to be exact). And that is the default location unless you changed it manually. Now, why do we need to know this. Simple. If things get messed up, this is where all your precious music are located. This is the folder you need to backup.
Tip#2: How do you make sure that all your music, downloaded or imported, is in that iTunes folder? What you need is to setup your iTunes to copy everything there. The reason why you need to do this is that everything will be organized. You would not have your music files all over the place or in different and random location, which would just give you headaches later on. You would then not need to search all your folders for your music files. Also, this prevents you from having problems during iTunes reinstallation where in most cases a lot of people would suddenly discover that some or a lot of their music is missing right after that process. So, how do you do this? On your iTunes menu at the top, click Edit. Then click Preferences. Click the advanced tab. Here you will notice that you have the location of your iTunes Media Folder. Right below that make sure you have a check on "Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized" and "Copy files to iTunes Media Folder when adding to library." The last item is the important one. This makes sure that all your data is copied to that folder. This item is by default not checked. So, make sure that there is a check mark on it.
Tip #3: What happens if the inevitable happens? If I could not update iTunes or if iTunes gets messed up? What do I do? As long as you have followed Tips #1 and 2, you are safe from the hassle of searching, downloading and importing all your data again. First, go into your iTunes Media Folder and copy all your data to a separate folder. This is your backup. Now, it is safe to uninstall iTunes. After you have uninstalled and reinstalled iTunes make sure that you follow Tip#2 again. Then after that just import them all back using iTunes' import functionality under the File Menu.
Now that you have these 3 steps you are all set and confident that, whatever happens to your iTunes, you will be able to recover all your data.

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ITunes library on a new drive


If you have the two files iTunes.itl and iTunes Music.xml, you can trick Itunes into seeing your new library location when you move it to another drive.
Start with iTunes closed.

1. Copy the two files to a safe location.
2. Hold the Shift key down while opening iTunes
3. Tell iTunes to create a new library and locate it on the new drive.
4. Close iTunes
5. Copy all the music files into the new drive and iTunes folder
6. Copy the two files from the old location over the newly created iTunes files in the new folder.
7. Open iTunes
8. Check the music for playability.

This method will save you hours of importing time.

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Somebody copy songs to my ipod nano /and the songs appear on the compter when you plug it in but it willnot down load on my ipod nano


Sounds like they did not use a iTunes to copy the songs to the iPod.
iPods/Phones/Pads, etc require iTunes to create a sort of file that tells the iPod where the music file is located at on the mp3 player.
So if they just plugged it in via usb and drag and dropped mp3 files over then there is no file to tell the iPod where they are.
So you'll need to drag those music files off of your iPod back onto a computer and then use iTunes to import the songs into iTunes and sync your iTunes library to your iPod.

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ITunes will not import music from my hard drive when I copy the music or try to add the music to my library.


Make sure that the music you are trying to sync is not .WMA file types.

To convert other file types into .MP3, please google and install Switch Audio Converter.

After everything has been converted, your songs are ready to be imported to iTunes.

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TOO MANY DUPLICATE MUSIC FILES


Below is a link to a FREE program, download and install it.
It will help find duplicate files (music, and others) to help free up space and organize your files.

http://download.cnet.com/Easy-Duplicate-Finder/3000-2248_4-10692636.html

Hope this helps, thank you for stopping by Fixya! Please leave a positive rating if this solution helps.

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Lost Itunes Music Files


if you you use realplayer you can import all the files off of it.
as far is i know this only works with music files not video or music that are non plus.
make sure that when you import the files that you are importing as mp3.

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How can i transfer music from my PC to my ipod


When it comes to transferring music from computer to iPod, iTunes is always the first choice for most of iPod users. As the official transfer tool, iTunes can help you to transfer music to iPod easily. The next guidance will show you how to transfer music from computer to iPod with iTunes.
  1. Connect your iPod to PC via matched USB cable. Then click the iPod icon on the left corner of the interface. To manage your media files manually, you'd better go to "Options" under "Summary" tab, cancel "Automatically sync when this iPod is connected" and check "Manually manage music and videos". Don't forget to click "Apply" when it's done.
  2. Import music into iTunes library from computer by clicking "File" and then "Add File to Library". Once transferred successfully, you can select the music icon on top to see all the songs.
  3. Click "Music" under "Settings" tab. Choose "Sync Music". You can either sync entire music library or selected playlists as you like. Then click "Sync" button at the bottom to transfer music from computer to iPod.
transfer-music-from-pc-ipod-oxaxc0rwhkhzilrwacqreyis-1-0.jpg transfer-music-from-pc-ipod-oxaxc0rwhkhzilrwacqreyis-1-2.jpg You probably do not want to use iTunes for syncing your iPod music when you have got a lot of CD music long time ago, because iTunes can't sync them back to computer. "How can I transfer music to iPod without iTunes?" You may want to ask this question. Well, a powerful iPod transfer software is helpful on the iPod music syncing issue.
http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-transfer-music-to-ipod-without-itunes.html

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Itunes to phone memory


your phone only supports mp3s and wma files. Itunes is not supported. you can convert the files to a comaptible format.
You can convvert them from AAC to mp3 with the itunes software
iT
unes AAC files to MP3 files that are compatible with Windows Media Player 11.
Note: The iTunes desktop application can only convert AAC files ripped from a music CD. It can’t convert music files purchased from the iTunes store.
  1. Open the iTunes desktop application on your computer.
  2. Select Edit > Preferences, then click the 'Advanced tab' and click Importing.
  3. Open the 'Import Using' pop-up menu, then select the MP3 Encoder option. Click OK to save your settings.
  4. Select one or more songs in your iTunes music library, then choose Advanced > Convert Selection to MP3.
  5. The converted MP3 file copies appear in your computer’s music library alongside the original AAC files.

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You can only transfer music from an ipod to a computer if they were purchased through itunes.

If that's the case, right click on your ipod's name under devices. Then click Transfer music.

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