Question about Apple iPod nano
Posted by Anonymous on
You can try going here: http://www.ephpod.com/ it lets you copy everything off your ipod and load it back onto your computer. My computer has crashed twice now, well once a hard drive went bad and the second time I broke a pin on the other hard drive. So I've lost my music twice. I do recommend backing it up...constantly. Take it from me
Posted on Jul 08, 2007
To copy the music off your ipod back onto your computer try: www.kennettnet.co.uk/musicrescue (sometimes known as podutil) or www.copypod.net
Posted on Apr 12, 2007
Try using the boot disk to boot the system and then enter fdisk /mbr to fix the master boot record. It doesn't destroy any data on a computer. There is a professional data recovery businesses that could probably recover that data - but at a cost. They are expensive and advertise in PC Magazines. Take care because there could be a lot of rip-off merchants in this business. In future, buy two hard drives ans use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to clone your system from one drive to the other. A good way to back-up your system is to get a second hard disk of the same or greater capacity, and use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to make a clone of your system. If the BIOS allows it, you can then set the BIOS to boot to the alternative drive to run the cloned system, format the drive containing the defective system, clone the cloned system back to the main drive, set the BIOS to boot from the main drive, and you are back in business. You can keep the spare hard disk drive stored in a safe place ready to be reinstalled in an emergency, or to update the cloned system. You install XXCopy according to the instructions that come with it. To clone the C: drive to a D: drive enter the following command in the Start => Run box - xxcopy c:\*.* d:\ /clone It is as simple as that XXCopy will open a DOS window and clone the c: drive to the other drive specified in the command. Read the article on how to use XXCopy to clone a system here - http://www.legge40.freeserve.co.uk/Tips.htm.
Posted on Jan 30, 2006
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