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<p><span>One fun thing to do in
iTunes is to use the Genius tool to create a Genius Mix. Genius Mixes are
playlists created by selecting a song, and then allowing the iTunes software to
choose songs that sound like it, and that would go together well in a playlist.
iTunes has done you the liberty of already making a couple genre mixes
for you. However, if you want iTunes to create a new Genius Mix, there
are a few simple steps you need to take.</span><br />
<p><span><br /></span><br />
</span></span></span><span>Go to your music library
and choose what song you would like iTunes to base the Genius Mix off of.
</span></span></span><span>Right click the song and
select "Start Genius". iTunes automatically selects 25 songs
that sound great when played with each other and puts them in a playlist.
</span></span></span><span>From here, you can drag
your Genius Mix into a new playlist, which can modified as you wish, and played
on your iPod</span><br />
Possible that the files have been saved inthe wrong way. If you have them again in the PC , delete off all the files you had sent, format th device or erase off all files, scan for any virus in the device before loading back the music files with the PROPER METHOD OF COPY AND SAVE, USE THE RECOGNISED PROGRAM for the ipod- the ones the songs are playing presently. Helpful? good day
Try to register on mp3-codes.com and make your own playlist. After you had made your own, try to look for the html code of your own playlist, copy it and paste ot on your friendster. You need to edit your profile then at the bottom you can see a box that has a label of CSS or multimedia. Try to paste the code on the Multimedia Box and then save. View then your profile.
Check that when you plug your iPod in that it isn't selected to "Shuffle," play which can happen if you are expecting to go through songs. There is also another reason and one I didnt know about until I took my iPod Classic back to my retailer thinking there was a problem;
If the songs on your iTunes or default device isn't an AAC file the iPod will fail to play it. On MAC systems simply click the file that you want to put onto your iPod, right click and scroll to "Get Info." If the file doesn't say it is an AAC file it won't play on your iPod. Scroll further down on the list to "Create AAC version." This takes milliseconds, doesn't affect the sound quality but condenses the data fit for the iPod Classic. Once that's done you can add any song you like.
Generally when you put a CD into a MAC it will automatically change the AIFF files into AAC which means you don't need to manually convert. AAC is usually needed when individual tracks are called up and put onto your iPod. I hope this helps you - it drove me nuts until I found out about the AAC.
Try resetting your ipod by holding down the menu and select (round button in the center) buttons down for at least 10 seconds. You'll see an apple logo flash, that's when you stop pressing the buttons. It will shut off, then back on.