Tune Tools Causing problems with Ipod, Itunes, and Keyboard
Hi I recently got Tune Tools 2.0 to transfer my ipod songs onto my new Alienware m15 laptop. After installing Tune Tools I was told to install Itunes by the program and did so. After connecting my Ipod and Itunes opening I opened Tune Tools that Proceded to tell me that my ipod was not detected, this led to me following instructions from Tune Tools until frustrated. I finally figured it was the program acting up so I uninstalled it then reinstalled it once reinstalled Tune Tools couldn't even Open, there would however be a pop up error message saying something along the lines of, "Out of Range:-I" or close to this. I wondered what that message meant so i went to google and searched but when I began to type in the navigation bar google came out of my keyboard as g66gl3. I made sure I did not perform a type by trying again and making sure I was infact type O's and E's. My only conclusion was that the software had somehow reconfigured my laptop's keyboard. After noticing this i immediatly performed a full System restore and was able to go back to my former Keyboard configuration. I need help with this software...can I return it to best buy....I bought it today after all...Or can I get some tips on how to install it...so that it actually works and doesn't bother my computers settings?
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iTunes is always the best tool for us to transfer music from iPod to computer or from computer to iPod, but for the situation of transferring music from iPod to new computer with iTunes is really difficult.
But there are some ways can help us to achieve it, like belows. http://support.apple.com/kb/hT1329
You can transfer the songs from the old iPod to the new iPod using the iTunes Software installed in the Computer. It is required to connect the old iPod to the Computer and sync the songs to the iTunes Software. Select the Sync iPod option from the File Menu. Once you sync the songs from the old iPod you can connect the new iPod and Sync again to transfer the songs from the iTunes.
Please feel free to get back to us for further assistance.
iDevices (iPod, iPhone, etc) usually can only be managed through iTunes. So the first thing you should do is install iTunes (you can download it off Apple's website).
After installing iTunes and connecting your iPod, you must open My Computer then double click your iPod's icon. Then, click on Tools, Options, and in the View tab check the "Show hidden files and folders" option. You should then see an "iPod_Control" folder. Inside it there'll be a "Music" folder, with all your songs. Just drag them back to your computer.
But remember: you can only manage your iPod's music through iTunes. If you add or change songs on your iPod without using iTunes, these songs won't be recognized.
One thing you can do is burn all the songs from your old computer's iTunes onto CDs, then re-upload them to your iTunes on your new computer. It sounds ridiculous that there's not a better way, but so far that's the only method I've found that's worked.
I just purchased Tunes Tool 2.0 today. I hoped to use it to transfer songs from my Windows iPod video to my MacBook. When I installed Tune Tools, the same problem occurred that you all were having; It could not detect my iPod and gave me a notification about a null iPod. I figured out how to fix this, and all my songs were able to be transfered onto my mac flawlessly. The steps I used are listed below.
1) Open Tune Tools and iTunes.
2) Plug in your iPod.
3) In iTunes, click the summary tab (if not already selected)
4) On the Summary page, check the box that says "Enable Disk Use"
5) A message will pop up, click OK
6) Open Tune Tools, and Your iPod's library should be there. If not, you may have to reconnect your iPod.
7) You will have to manually highlight all the songs you want to be transfered from your iPod to your computer.
8) Once all the songs you want have been selected, drag to your iTunes Library in Tune Tools.
9) A blue bar should appear and tell you that your music is being transfered.
10) The songs will be transfered from your iPod to your computer.
I hope this works for all of you!
I can understand how frustrating this much be. Make sure that your computer is connected to the internet and that you have the proper updates. If the music isn't transferring to iTunes from another source, then chances are you need to change the format. If the format is WMA or MP3, iTunes should play them. If your iPod isn't able to upload songs, I'd suggest bringing it in for a diagnostic there might be a hardware problem.
You can download iTunes (iPod should have come with disc). Then you can purchase songs on itunes store and transfer them directly to your ipod. Or, if you have other MP3's, click on ADD FOLDER TO LIBRARY in itunes, find the folder where your songs are, then click on it. The songs should be in your library. Then just drag them onto your ipod.