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Well the only way is to buy a program that allows you to transer mp3 songs off a device and put it back onto your computer. There are programs that let you do it for free.....but you have to do it song by song. LONG process...trust me i tried haha. It does work though. But yea you can A. Jail break your ipod and download the program that converts your music for you. or just buy the program to do it for you. But you can only jail break it if its an I touch first or second gen.
try uninstalling the driver and software for the card and restart, upon boot up it should automatically find new device (ie the asound card) and proceed with installing the driver again. JUST IN CASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW THE MODEL NUMBER FOR THE CARD SO IF THE DRIVER IS NOT UPDATED AUTOMATICALLY YOU WE CAN FURTHER ASSIST YOU IN FINDING THE CORRECT DRIVER FOR THAT PARTICULAR CARD. after reinstalling reboot again.
The memory inmay have become corrupt and needs to be
reset. Please follow the instructions below to format the memory. Once the format is complete you'll need to copy your songs to the player again. Formatting the memory on Mac OSX:
Plug the unit into a USB port on your computer.
Click on 'GO' at the top of your Desktop screen and select 'Utilities' from
the list (up arrow key, Mac key, and the 'U' key at the same time).
Scroll down and select the 'Disk Utility' program.
Highlight 'DSC_FATDISK' located in the upper left hand corner of the
Next click on the 'Erase' tab at the top of the program.
Verify the 'Volume Format:' is set to 'MS-DOS File System (FAT12)'.
Next click on the 'Erase' button and this will bring up another window.
Click on the 'Erase' button again to verify the format.
I read some of the other post and found that I needed to use Windows Media Player. I had the Rhapsody program on my computer as well. Once I downloaded Windows Media Player I was able to access the files and add and delete songs.
My husband is not a big fan of Media Player. Lets hope I haven't done anything that he will have to fix. :)