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I bought an Audio book when I downloaded on Ipod it wiped all my music out.

When I bought an audio book on iTunes and downloaded it to my Ipod (80GB) it wiped out all my songs. I have them stored on my iTunes and when I try to put them back on my Ipod they won't transfer. How can I get my music back on my Ipod?

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Hey,
It seems like you have some problem with syncing. Try going on your ipod screen in itunes then tick the box that says "manually manage music". Try coping the auido book and then your songs it should work.

good luck!
Jaxon

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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