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Downloaded songs from windows media to ipod but can't find them when listenig to ipod. when plug ipod in computer it shows the songs on device but can't hear them still on ipod

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    marques collins May 11, 2010

    what format do the songs have? MP3? or like .wav

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Did you convert them first?You can ask iTunes to automatically convert for the iPod.It will do audio as well as video.

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