Forgive me, I am new to the forum and to the ipod, so I will be brief. I am experiencing problems taking off music on my ipod, and I have some of my mother in law's music on there and I would like to just have my music on this ipod. Any ideas?? Please help!
Go to your Library and click on the playlist or the song and hit the delete button on your keyboard...it will then askyou if you would like to permantly remove the song or playlist from your library and just simply click yes. that should do it.
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iTunes is horrible, horrible audio software. It is likely your computer has slowed down because by its default settings, iTunes 'helps' you by reorganizing all your music into an incomprehensible directory structure only apple products can use. It will also re-encode your .mp3 files into apple's format to make it even less likely you will listen to your music on a competitor mp3 product.
For best results with your ipod, review all your iTunes settings. Tell iTunes:
to manually manage the music on your ipod
not to reorganize your library
not to reencode your music files
to encode new music files in .mp3 format, joint stereo, at 96K or 128K sampling frequency.
I thnk u shud restore your ipod to factory setting using itunes. Several reason may have caused your itunes to crash.Maybe u disconnected your ipod before it has completed to sync your music and or your ipod might be affected with a virus. you better restore it to avoid further disapointments. I have an ipod i have experienced such problems. The only risk is you are going to loose the current songs in your ipod
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.
From Apple.com Support Website.
If the front status light on your iPod shuffle blinks orange and green when you press any button, then your iPod shuffle is experiencing some type of error. Try these troubleshooting steps to resolve the problem.
To troubleshoot the iPod shuffle error light:
1. Turn off your iPod shuffle
2. Wait a few seconds
3. Turn your iPod shuffle back on again
If this does not resolve the problem:
1. Check to make sure there are songs on your iPod shuffle
2. Use iTunes to add songs to iPod shuffle and try again
If your iPod shuffle continues to display a blinking orange and green light, use iPod Updater 2005-02-11 or later to restore iPod shuffle, and then add songs with iTunes.
If your iPod shuffle still shows a blinking orange and green light after trying all of the above steps, your iPod shuffle may need service.
Best of Luck.