I charges my i-pod with i-tune (win XP) so i want return this s?lection to i-tune but is not possible. All over the folder or librairy i got the big "O" with a slash in to show that it is not acceptable.
So how can i return this s?lection to a folder ?
I have done this with windows explorer and manually copying selection to the folder with itunes in it. Usually in your documents and settings/user/documents/mymusic folder or something similar. You can find out by checking the options or settings in Itunes and the folder it looks for.
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First make sure the battery has some charge by using a wall plugin. Then try resetting it by holding down the power button and home/middle button at the same time until it turns off. It should automatically start back up again.
a friend told me that if the device shows as"connected" when hooked up (it does) AND the battery charges correctly (it does), then (a)the USB connection had enough juice; and (b) the PC recognizes it - i just had to FIND it. device manager/ MyComputer: nada; same for ANY file/ folder with "sansa" or "sandisk." working thru WMP (Windows Media Player), however, I discovered that drive E - for a portable hard drive, NOT currently connected via USB - was STILL showing up in the "Copy to CD or device" field. sure enough, it was the SanDisk clip player (even though it was NOT under the "Recognized Portable Devices" subsection). without using the installation disk at all, it downloaded tunes just fine. *note: the installation disk seemed to be an .exe file ONLY for the Rhapsody music service. as noted above, it was unnecessary. also - my USB ports are 1.1 and not 2.0, and package stated USB 2.0 was a "minimum requirement" - not true*
Just visit http://www.apple.com/itunes and download iTunes. When you run iTunes and have your iPod plugged-in, you will see your iPod in the left window pane of iTunes. You can drag your music from folders on your computer, and drop it on the icon of your iPod. You can also use the library in iTunes to manage your music, but I have always preferred dragging directly on the iPod as I mentioned above.
hello blair,I Have my own I-pod so I hope this will re asure you. First I think you should restore your I tunes as long as your brother has your songs too. Then ask him to create a CD of all your songs, which is not hard at all. then take the CD and open I-Tunes. Place the CD into your hard drive and I-Tunes should pick up the CD. Then download the content of the CD onto I-Tunes. You Will Now have all your songs on I-Tunes like before. Now plug in your I-Pod and continue like It's the first time you have pluged in your i-pod! hope this helps! Rosebetts xxx
1 u need to install the i-tune soft ware ver should be 7.2> and hook the i-pod and attach the songs under the libarary>and u can see the new device right click and selet synk>and in the bottem u have an option that auto fill serch the lib folder name and hit auto fill and u can see synk with pc do not disconnect and once its completed>in teh top its says ok to dis remove it>and check it will work if it will helps rate me solved