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I always turn off the add my songs to itunes, and i always move the songs to a sorting folder until i retag all the metadata before moving the songs to folders for each genre and then each artist etc. Nothing ever gets lost. Later i can add to itunes library or SAM Audio Broadcaster library (a disc jocky software). You never know if the mp3 rocket folder may be deleted during an uninstall and update. Also you can turn on a add to my itunes library upon download in the settings.
1. Go to your iTunes Music folder on your computer.
Windows: (Documents & Settings > [your username] > )My Documents > My Music > iTunes > iTunes Music
Mac: [your home folder] > Music > iTunes > iTunes Music 2. Copy this entire folder to a CD, DVD or flash drive. You could try zipping it and emailing it if you only have a song or two, but anything beyond that, and it will be too large. 3. At your second (recipient) computer, insert the CD, DVD or flash drive. 4. Open iTunes 5. Choose File > Add to Library... 6. Select the iTunes Music folder in your recordable media in the dialog box 7. Give it a few minutes to import all the files 8. Done!
Have you tried another browser? like Mozilla firefox or google chrome? Adobe flash player doesnt work on 64-bit Internet explorer and that usually is the cause of your problem. You can try opening a 32-bit internet explorer on your system though and check if youtube will work.
click on my computer, then double click on drive C. Look for the folder that has X86 on it. open it and look for the internet explorer folder. open it again and then double click on the icon that says Iexplore. It will open a 32-bit internet explorer. if that wont work. go to mozilla.com and download firefox.
1. create a folder in outlook named "temp" 2. goto tools-> options-> maintenance and see the location of stored folder 3. goto that location 4. close outlook express 5. delete the "Deleted Items.dbx" 6. make a copy of temp.dbx 7. rename copy of temp.dbx to "Deleted Items.dbx" 8. open outlook express again and delete the temp folder too done....
if you wish to delete few files
just reboot the machine and and open the outlook express right away, now you might be able to open deleted items, go ahead and delete the old mails
reinstall your browser (IE or mozilla)... reinstall your download software (like limewire)... restart PC.. powercycle modem/router .... wait 10-15minutes before you try to download again .... if still not working check device manager if there is a yellow mark reinstall the driver for the NIS .. restart the PC ...