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Hi ya, thanks for your help but i didn't have the music on my itunes library so i need to know if it's any program to recover the music from my computer.

I miss all my 60gb!!!

Thanks

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  • anabc2 Jul 01, 2008

    Hi the music was lost when i plug my ipod to my new computer, so i didn't get a chance to save the music on my itunes library.

    I tried to find any program on internet to recover the music but didn't work.....what can i do??

    Help please, and thanks a lot for answer to my post

    Ana


  • Mae Jagodzinski
    Mae Jagodzinski May 11, 2010

    May I ask how you lost the music? Was any of it downloaded from itunes? Or did you use someone else's computer to get the music?

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Ok. i'm going to work now. i'll look into it when i get home. i work at radioshack.. so i'll ask around and see if anyone there knows what you can do to get your music back. i saw something earlier that may help.. but i don't have time right now to look into it. hopefully we can find a solution for you!

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    Mae Jagodzinski Jul 02, 2008

    I found this program. It's just a free demo, but it looks like it would work. You just plug your ipod into the computer and it should recover any deleted files.

    http://www.brothersoft.com/corrupted-ipo...

    I know you said you tried a program and it didn't work. Do you know what program that was? Was it designed to restore the music from the computer or the ipod?


  • Mae Jagodzinski
    Mae Jagodzinski Jul 03, 2008

    whoops. the link should end in 47616.html

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