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Re: soft ware for Ipod
Look earnestly, using educational resources as those in libraries available to you, and by reading books about iPod and the operating systems you use. I might add that the thing itself isn't broken, so you can call yourself way off course in asking here.
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You should be able to put music on your Ipod in Removeable Disk, just find the music folder. If you can't do this, get ITunes and buy the songs. This the only solution I have. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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make sure u have the latest i-tune soft ware and connect the the i-pod to teh pc>and automatically the soft ware decet teh i-pod and u will see the i-tune page and click on auto fill tab u can see on the bottom of the screed>and its automatically upload all the songs from pc rate me solved if its fixed even in teh screen u can upload songs under add files and folders its in teh left side top
Then click on itunes 7 and download it. Once you download and install itunes, you are able to transfer all your songs from your computer onto the ipod. Or you can go to the ipod music store to purchase songs.
regarding videos: you'll probably have to convert them in order for them to fit onto your ipod. You can easily just google 'ipod video converter' and download one from there.
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
You install it, then plug in your ipod. It will show up in the sidebar. A Window will also pop up so you can name your ipod. then, you must put music in the library by importing CD's, or dragging songs into the window.