Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Depends on the fix there... If the music is in a folder in which you can access while it is plugged into your computer... theres a chance it is in the wrong folder. If thats the case just copy them to a folder on your hard drive and format the ipod. place the music into itunes and transfer them back over. Now if you can read them while on iTunes but faded you haven't registered your computer as being authrized. If thats not the case then you will have to format it anyway and start over...
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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