Okay, so I got an iPod for Christmas, I had a problem with that but it was easily fixed, now we have a different one, because we traded it in. Now I have about 30 songs I would like to load onto it from my other iPod. When I click "sync" a little message pops up that reads "That the iPod could not be read from or written to" I have no idea what to do and I have tried reseting it so many times. I love my iPod and i dont want to have to pay for a new one or to have it fixed!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SOMEONE COME UP WITH A SOLUTION!!!!!!!
Try a full restore from disk mode.....
To put your iPod in disk mode. Hold top and center buttons simultaneously until you see the Apple symbol and then as soon as the Apple comes up press center and bottom (play) button simultaneously until you see a check mark. Keep trying it may take a few times. If your are successful, open iTunes and then plug the "Disk mode" iPod into your computer and restore using iTunes. If you can't get it, let us know.
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We have to try connecting thr ipod to computer and charge it for atleast 4 to 8 hrs in the begining.. Then install the latest version of itunes form www.apple.com/download/itunes
After that connect the ipod to ur computer USB port (Desktop:connect at the rear USB port) Then set it up.
I assume your iPod still functions OK as an MP3 player?
Are you wanting to automatically sync your iPod with your library, or drag the songs from your library onto your iPod?
You can modify the settings to auto sync or not, by attaching your iPod to your PC. In iTunes, highlight your device, and from the main window you can change the sync settings.
If this doesn't work, then try and reset your iPod - you do this by holding down the menu and center buttons until the "Apple" symbol reappears.
As a last resort (if the above doesn't work) you can restore your iPod, but this will set it back to it's factory state - wiping all of the music, videos etc off of your iPod (but it will not remove anything from your computer). In iTunes, select your device, and from the main window, click on the Restore button and follow the onscreen prompts.
if you've used wmp to rip and encode the cd to the wma file standard,
the ipod won't play them. the ipod doesn't support wma or ogg vorbis
(and doesn't support the pro part of mp3 pro) you need to encode your
files to either mp3 or aac (or leave them as wav files, though these
are very large) for the ipod to play them. this may be causing the mmjb
check out the software compendium on info on alternatives to rip, encode and transfer to the ipod.
okay all you all need is itunes! (unless you already have it) when you have itunes just put your cd in and click yes to "do you want to import cd" or if you have music on your computer just drag the files into itune's library when it is done importing the music just click on music underneath the subheading of library then select your music and drag to your ipod's music.