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I cannot change the info of the song on itunes

When ever i want to type the name of a song, instead of the artist in the name spot, i right click, then click "info" but i cannot type or click on anything in "info"

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I've always had trouble downloading I-tunes/ I would call the I-Pods maintenance number.

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1st I would make sure you have the newest version of iTunes (Free at apple.com/itunes/download) Then I would try not to run any other programs while importing... What OS are you running as well as RAM and Processor? - Vince

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I would try restting the ipod and re-syncing. Sounds like the sync dod not go well.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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click on the ipod on the left and go to music, also maybe creating new playlists might help??

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It sounds like the external hard drive might have been disconnected, which would cause iTunes to go crazy trying to find songs. iTunes was not developed to incorporate that kind of system, unfortunately. It likes all of its songs on the main hard drive where it sees them. There should be an option to "Consolidate Library" under the Advanced menu. That will move all of the songs into iTunes' set folder for music. Let me know what you find.

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SOURCE: all songs not listed on my ipod.

when ipod is plugged into computer make sure that your setting are on like auto sync so it will automaticlly sinc all your songs to your ipod or put your songs on theyre manually

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