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Re: i cant get the music from my pc to ipod.
If you have itunes loaded on your pc and your are updating the music from itunes to your ipod it should be okay, unless you have moved the folder which contains your music. If you have you will need to open itunes go to file>add folder to library and add your music folder, It will update your library with your music files. Then plug your ipod in and it should automatically update your ipod if you have already created a playlist for it. hope it helps. theres is a new version of itunes out now. If you haven't got it already then download it (its free) and take it from there. You need to add the music to itunes, just go to add folder (or file) to library and choose the path where your music is. Good luck
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from what i read up on sharepod its mainy ment to back up your music from your ipod not to put them on it so i will say to put you music on with itunes and use sharepod for other things P.S. this means you have to start over with all your music being with each up date apple keeps changeing they orgnize music on ipod so sharepod has fallen behind on this that is why it can still see it but ipod can't
it sounds like your ipod is either not writing to the ipod disk, or your itunes is not seeing your music library. Open itunes and at the top click on the Edit button, the click preference, then Advanced you will see your itunes library path. it it is correct, your ipod is malfunctioning and not writing to the ipod hard drive. You may need to replace the hard drive. contact a local ipod repair shop
You get this error when the original music files was move or deleted from its location. Try to put back those music files and iTunes should verify that the one on the library is pointed to the correct path on your computer.
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.
When you plug an iPod Touch or an iPhone in the computer sees it as a digital camera. In order to load files or to see what is on it, you need to open iTunes. If the player is not recognised in iTunes you may need to restore it. If that is the case, press and hold the power button on top and the home button at the bottom of the screen till it shows the apple, then release the power button but keep holding the home button till you see the screen with the iPod cable and the CD. Then open iTunes and connect the iPod. It will say it detected an iPod in recovery mode. At that point it will restore the iPod's firmware and reset it to factory condition.
Feel free to let me know if you have any more questions.
My classic won't sync at all. When I plug it into a USB port a screen comes up on my ipod saying "connected" then within seconds it's replaced by another screen that says "ejecting"
It works fine on my son's PC and my wifes Mac. Just not on mine. I have disabled the firewall. Tried all the various USB ports. I know cable is fine cause it works on other computers. I have latest in ITunes and have service pak 2 with XP. So needless to say I have tried everything I can think of to resolve this. HELP!!!!