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I purchased tunetools to extract music from my ipod and tune tools will not recognise my ipod.

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Go to www.valusoftsupport.com in search box type in admin info then search next screen that comes up look left click on top 25 issues then look at #5 and #15 i downloaded these patches when before tune tools did not recognize my ipod then when i downloaded the patch it works fine now

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Try Yamipod. This is a free program that transfers music from iPod back to the computer. However, it does not transfer playcounts/ratings etc.

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