Question about Nextar MA566 MP3 Player
Are all your music files gone from your computer too? Or are they just not being "found"?
If all your files are still on your computer (look in My Music - or do a computer search for .mp3 file extentions) then you might have to manually reload them into your iTunes. (ie: double click each song or click and drag to itunes.)
If all your files are gone from the computer too - (did you have to completely reload your O/S?) - then you might be out of luck.
In the future, try burning your mp3 files everyso often onto a DATA disk (in DATA format because it will hold more). You won't be able to play it as an audio, but you will have them to reload onto your computer following a crash. I learned this the hard way - I lost 4G worth of music after a computer crash that resulted in an entire system reload. It was EXTREMELY traumatic!!!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
Well the only thing i sugest you do is format it and let itunes reset your ipod back to factory settings
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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