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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Create a new stereo audio track(command-shift-N) or two mono tracksif using ProTools Free.
Name the track(s), make sure the inputs are set for L-R, or 1-2, or whatever inputs on your interface you wish to use.
Then click "rec" on the track(s) to make them record ready, press command- spacebar, then play your source.
If you have the two files iTunes.itl and iTunes Music.xml, you can trick Itunes into seeing your new library location when you move it to another drive. Start with iTunes closed.
1. Copy the two files to a safe location. 2. Hold the Shift key down while opening iTunes 3. Tell iTunes to create a new library and locate it on the new drive. 4. Close iTunes 5. Copy all the music files into the new drive and iTunes folder 6. Copy the two files from the old location over the newly created iTunes files in the new folder. 7. Open iTunes 8. Check the music for playability.
This method will save you hours of importing time.
back at the songs that you have saved me my music folder subfolder I Tunes. This is a very important point to remember because you do not do this you will not be able to restore your old music when you reinstall iTunes.Code to the young install feature for the operating system that you are using, usually control panel/programs and features/iTunesonce you have removed the program and restart your system.when the system restarts a folder that you backed up containing all your songs back to my music/iTunesthen reinstall iTunes, opened it and your tunes should be there ready to use. Please remember to back up your songs before you try this.The folder that holds iTunes is usually users/username/my music/iTunes I hope this helpsRegards
1. Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
2. Press and hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons
simultaneously until the Apple logo appears, about 6 to 8 seconds. You
may need to repeat this step. Tip: If you are having difficulty resetting your
iPod, set it on a flat surface. Make sure the finger pressing the
Select button is not touching any part of the click wheel. Also make
sure that you are pressing the Menu button toward the outside of the
click wheel, and not near the center.
If the above steps did not work, try connecting iPod to a power
adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet, or
connect iPod to your computer. Make sure the computer is turned on and
isn't set to go to sleep.
Now connect it to iTunes. Select sync. To see if the songs did transfer, you can see whats on the device in iTunes before disconnecting it by looking at the device under itunes.
Assuming you mean a USB flash drive or MP3 player via USB, I first have to warn you that you must obey all copyright laws for copyrighted songs. That being said, as long as you have purchased a song legally, you can put that on any device you wish. It's not easy because all of the software out there restricts you to explicitly NOT be able to use the song on any device you want even though you own the right to listen to it now.
It is easiest to burn the files to CD first, then import them into iTunes as MP3 then copy the MP3 files from your iTunes folder in My Documents\My Music\iTunes to your USB device.
Most USB devices use the file name to identify the song so you will need to rename the MP3 files on your USB device.
Copy all the songs into a folder, then look for duplicates, delete them, then delete all the songs in iTunes and then replay them (as MP3 Files) and they'll be moved into iTunes again else..Delete all of your music in your iTunes. Import all your music back into iTunes and in one of the submenus should be "view duplicates"delete the duplicates. then in one of the submenus should be "consolidate library" clicking this will move all of your music into one consolidated folder