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Synchronising when i insert the ipod to the computer, it says that it is synchronising and haaas syncronised to ipod. but when i open up music from my ipod it never shows up. also it keeps switching off by itself whenever i open up games!!!

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I don't know about the games part, but I do know this. Make sure your songs are checked in the box next to them on the left. I think they weren't checked earlier so they didn't come up on your ipod. You have to make sure to check the boxes.

I hope this helps. Please rate my solution.

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

Well mate the music thing could be the fact that your music files are the wrong ones.

dunno bout the games

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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I've never used my new ipod Nano. How do I load songs and albums from itunes


You'll need iTunes - the software that Apple has developed to do this sort of thing. Get it at:

http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

Once you've downloaded and installed that, open it up.

Now, you have two options as to how you're going to "sync" your iPod. ("Sync" means synchronisation - loading the music onto your iPod). There are two ways, automatically and manually.

Automatically is where you have your music library on your computer. When you plug in your iPod, the computer checks the music library on your iPod and does what it has to do to make the iPod's music library identical to the one on the computer, whether this means deleting things off the iPod or copying music over. This is great if you just want to manage one set of music. You just manage it on your computer, then when you plug your iPod in you don't have to worry about it - the computer just does it. This is the simpler option.

However, this means you need to keep a copy of all your music on your computer - and you can't plug your iPod into any other computer. That's why you can manually manage your iPod. When you manually manage your iPod you drag and drop the music you want on to it - the computer DOESN'T do it automatically. This is good if you don't have much room on your computer, so you can't keep a copy of the music - or if you want to get music off more than one computer.

Plug your iPod in to the USB port of your computer. Follow any prompts that come up you should be presented with a screen under "Devices > Your iPod" (on the left hand side of the screen) that shows your iPod and some information about it (software version, how much space you've used, etc.)

If you decide to manaully manage your iPod, then there's a tick box towards the bottom of the screen with "Manually Manage my Music". Obviously, tick that if you want to do so.

If you choose to manually manage your music, then you'll need to drag music from wherever (My Computer or from your iTunes library) onto the icon for your iPod. However, if you choose to automatically manage your iPod then sort out your music libray and add the music you want. Then, go to the "File" menu and hit "Sync iPod". The computer also does this automatically whenever you plug the iPod in.

Hope all that helps!

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Hi there,

Here is a quick guide to get songs on you iPod:

  1. You first have to install iTunes onto your computer.
  2. After the installation is complete open iTunes by double clicking on the icon.
  3. You must then connect your iPod to you computer with the USB cable.
  4. Your iPod will then syncronise with iTunes.
  5. Now you can add songs from your computer to the iPod.

Hope this helps you to get some songs on your iPod!!!

Kind regards!!!

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To remove songs from a playlist on the iPod nano, you typically have to have it docked and connected to your computer.

To remove a song, video, or other item from iPod nano:
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  2. Select a song or other item on iPod nano and press the Delete or Backspace key on your keyboard.

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download itunes unless you have it already then just do what it says, connect it to your computer, start itunes, when it hooks up to your ipod click the ipod section and look for ipod update (this will restore your ipod to the updated software), if no updates are available click restore and do what it says, your music etc will be re synchronised.
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Sorry if I'm too obvious, but are you using iTunes?

Yes? Then check your iPod settings on iTunes:
If you want to just drag songs to the iPod you have to set it to "manually manage music" on the iPod "Summary" screen.
Otherwise you need to create playlists in iTunes and synchronise your iPod to those playlists (tick them in the "Music" tab.

Of course, if you already knew all this, sorry! Maybe you have a usb port problem (try restarting computer) or an iPod problem (try resetting your iPod). NOTE: with iPods, you MUST use iTunes to transfer music to iPod, and it is NOT possible to transfer music FROM you ipod TO your computer (say you've loaded songs from someone elses computer to your iPod and you want to put them onto your computer - no can do! Use a flash drive).

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Once you connect your ipod to the computer and itunes starts, you will see your ipod show up on the left side of the screen. Click on the name of your ipod on the left side of the screen and it will show information about your ipod on the main part of the itunes screen. Click in the checkbox near the bottom of the page next to "manually manage music". Now it will not try to automatically sync with the new computer and you can just drag over whatever songs you want.

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How can I take music off and put new music on


The music that is on any mp3 player is a copy of what you have stored in the library of your computer music software so if you want to delete a song from your mp3 player you have to delete it on the computer then syncronise. This is the same if you want new music, you have to add to your library first. You cannot delete music using any of the controls on the actual mp3 player.

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Itunes will ask you if this ipod comes from another computer (since you formatted) and ask you if you wanna erase all thats on it and synchronise with the new llibray (probably empty !). You say NO. Then you synchronise manually by unchecking the box that says to synchronise automatically and thenn u check the box that says to mange manually the ipod. By doing that you're music that was on you're ipod will stay there, and you can coopy any new music towards you're ipod with itunes.

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