I plugged in my ipod to recharge and all the songs were wiped off, this happened to my sister too. Same computer. I created a new playlist and tried to put this onto my ipod. It went through the updating process and when my ipod is plugged in, on the devices it shows the songs as being there on the ipod. However, when you try to play the ipod, the light flashes green/orange to denote there is no music on it. Whats that all about? I have the latest update. I then plugged my sisters ipod in and it downloaded the playlist and the songs were actually on there.
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You will need to wipe it clean then put all your songs back into it. Try using a different computer and then put iTunes on it and that should erase it all and then just load your Ipod back up with your music. What happens is that if the Ipod can't read the song, it stutters, tries to play that part, and sometimes skips songs.
You just need to import your song into iTunes library, then make a playlist with the songs, plug in your iPod to computer, iTunes will detect the iPod automatically, then click iTunes menu "File -> Sync iPod", the songs will be transferred from iTunes to iPod.
For more tips about iPod, you may refer to this iPod FAQ.
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go to intunes preferences then devices (this varys on what version of itunes you are using) and look for an options that say "mannage songs mannualy". You may want to update your ipod aswel. www.itunes.com/download
search for your ipod and download the nessary updates for it
its so easy. first of all download itunes from apple homepage. itunes is the software which connects ur ipod to the computer.install this in your computer and connect your ipod with the help of a usb cable given with ipod. open the software and there you find a name of your ipod. click my music button. there you were asked to drag and drop the songs you liked to sync. after you sending to my music, you go to ipod butto. there keep your option on my music and click "sync" button. after completing syncing, you can eject your ipod. switch on your ipod and enjoy your cool songs. if you have any doubts you can mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi there, When you go into the ipod section on iTunes, click the music tab, make sure 'sync music' is checked and 'selected playlists:' is also, then check the playlist you want to use. Click 'sync' button
If that don't work go back to the summary tab and hit 'restore' and follow the instructions to reset the ipod, resync and all should be fine.
The orange light blinks to tell you that it connecting to the computer and is syncing (or trying to sync). It will stay orange until it is fully charged and it will then turn green. If it is blinking orange, then open it using itunes and see what it is syncing. If you have not got itunes then i recommend you download that latest version from http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
then once you have installed it onto your computer, add your music to itunes and create a playlist that you want on your ipod. Itunes will have the drivers for you ipod. Plug your ipod into the computer and right click the image of your ipod and select sync ipod. Then choose the playlist that you want the ipod to sync with.
Hi, Generally you do not have to change the drive letter. There is a 'shuffle restore' program from Apple that you can download for free. Using this to restore your iPod will set it back to factory conditions. Do you have the latest version of iTunes on your computer? If not, you might want to try that also. Have you tried dragging your playlist into the Shuffle? I find that it helps with my shuffle to create playlists and have it fill out of them. That way I can change the playlist every day. Works for me. Hope that helps.
You can either do a restore: Connect to your computer and open itunes. When you first open itunes you should be in "Devices" Make sure you're in the "Summary" tab and you will have a button that says "Restore" Click that and it will do the rest.
Or Sync with an itunes library that has no files on it, this will also remove the files from your ipod.