I recently had to have my windows operating system uninstalled and reinstalled which dropped all my i-tunes songs. How do I enter these songs back into my i-tunes from my i-Pod without losing them from my i-Pod?
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. 4 now, Margo Bennett
Hey dude , der s a software called ipod rip or ipod to pc copy.. download tat , install it, it rips all songs frm ur ipod .. u can then save it on ur pc ... the exact name is x-ipod-rip...download this software
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there are 2 ways to put content on your ipod. one is making playlists and syncing your ipod..you go to file on the top and create playlist. add songs to the playlist and sync the play list.
another way is to open you itunes with the ipod connected and on the left side you will see 3 sections in the light blue shaded area. the middle section represents you ipod and it's contants, click on music and the music folder will open in a large white window to the right of the blue shaded area. maximize your music folder on your computer so it is in front of itunes. drag and drop songs into the first column of the large white area. drag the song and hold it over the white area, when the border of the white area turns blue drop the song and it wil load onto your ipod. you can do multiple songs by hgilighting the first song pressing the shift key on your keyboard and highlight the last song in the set. left click and hold, drag and drop in the first column of the white area. make sure to watch for thr border to turn blue then drop the songs.
I formatted my ipod Nano (2GB - Model No: A1199) on windows Vista. When I
copy songs from computer it show from computer but not showing in ipod:
Now songs are not playing. I am missing my music. Help me........
if you mean like download music from your computer to your ipod you will need iTune to do this....install iTune and export your music to its library...then insert your ipod to the usb port of your computer and let iTune detect it...then just drag and drop the music form your library to your ipod
I just had the same problem with songs loaded using I-tunes and then I used windows media player to convert the songs to mp3 format and dragged and dropped the songs onto the ipod and it plays fine now.
The problem with iPod is that you just can't play music without iTunes. If you happen to delete the iTunes related folder on the iPod you will notice that you won't be able to play any of the files that are still there. (iTunes is the software that makes the iPod work).
On the other hand, you can surely drag and drop songs between your laptop and iPod (like Windows Explorer) ...and use the iPod like a portable Hard disk, but you won't be able to play any Music. So as it is, using iTunes is a must.
For varying sound volumes, you can use a technique called as "normalizing". There are a lot of tools available on the internet (free or otherwise) that let you normalize mp3s. Search google for "normalize mp3". Here is a Pointer: http://www.bresso.com/normalize-mp3-making-song-volume-equal.shtml