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I think you are trying to sync with a different library than your own original library that you synced your ipod before. OR the original songs that are in your ipod are no longer in your library. There is a option that you could sync songs manually.
1. Connect your iPod
2. Start iTunes
3. Click on your iPod
4. Check option that says Manually sync songs
Now you can sync your music without deleting the old songs. I hope
2) If Windows Media Player doesn't run automatically, run it.
3) On the left side of Windows Media Player, right-click on your Clip and select "Set Up Sync".
4) If you don't want songs to be synced automatically to your Clip when you connect it, uncheck "Sync this device automatically."
5) If you do want songs to be synced automatically, but not your entire library, check "Sync this device automatically", then click on the playlists you DON'T want to sync under the "Playlists to sync" list, and then click on the "Remove" button.
when you sync the ipod itunes only syncs what you select. it is possible your music list got uncheck or you had checked only synced check songs. what happens then is the sync will replace you full library with only the songs checked. when you connect to itunes and see the summary page. on the tabbed line just above the main contents window choose music. look at your settings and see how it is set up. set it to sync all music then it will sync all the songs on your playlists every time.
you can also add and delete music by on your summary page uncheck automaticallu sync music.
then you can click on your music folder of your ipod and drag and drop song to the first column of the contents window. if you have any problems let me know
hi if u have all 1800 songs in your computer folder,,,i advise you to connect the ipod to itunes and reset the ipod for factory settings ,then goto file add folders to library browse folders where all your songs located in your computer click ok
now it sud put all songs in music and then sync it to your ipod completely....if u dont see any !mark in itunes music folder then you are good ...your ipod sud have all 1800 songs.
Have you tried right-clicking on one of the songs and choosing Get Info? I had some songs like that too and had to fill out the artist. After that it remembered the information even if I removed the song from my library and re-added it later.
If you are asking how to add songs to you iPod (assuming you want to use iTunes)
Sync your iPod with iTunes
Connect your iPod to your computer.
When the iPod icon appears in the iTunes window (below Devices), select it.
If the Summary pane isn't showing, click the Summary tab.
To automatically sync your iPod:
Make sure that "Manually manage music" is not selected.
Click the Music tab and do one of the following:
automatically update your iPod with all the songs and playlists in your
library, select "Sync music" and then select "All songs and playlists."
iTunes loads the songs and playlists in your iTunes library onto your
iPod, and deletes songs from your iPod that aren't in your library.
automatically update your iPod with only certain playlists, select
"Sync music" and "Selected playlists," and then select the playlists
you want synchronized.
To manually sync your iPod:
Make sure that "Manually manage music" is selected.
Click Music (below Library, on the left side of the iTunes window) and then drag songs and playlists to your iPod.