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Stuck i pod

I have over 2000 songs on i pod. But 58 of garth brooks. there the only ones i can play.

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Hi,
Just to be sure, did you use iTunes to load the songs into your iPod?

Also, are the other songs the right format for the iPod, MP3 or AAC, etc?

Are the songs in your iTunes library?

Did you move your music to a different place on your computer so that iTunes can't find it? You will know if that is true because all of the music except for Garth Brooks will have an icon by it.

Does your music play when you click on it in your music library? If it does, then it is not properly loaded into your iPod


Maybe the other music is corrupted and needs to be replaced.

You can reload all of the music back into the iPod to see if that works. Hope that helps.

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