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HOW TO INSTALL COMPUTER ITUNES BACK UP FROM FLASH DRIVE

My computer recently crashed, I was able to restore some files. However, I had saved my Itunes music and the like to a flash drive, it contains all my music. The problem I have now is that I don't know how to install it to my new computer. Another problem is that the computer that crashed had XP, the new one that I bought has window vista. Please help Thanks
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  • dbbutler60 Aug 14, 2008

    my computer crashed I saved everything including my music on the flash drive. I tried going to file: add file to library: and then I opened up the flash drive to get the music. I see it on there but it won't transfer. I click on itunes music and see all the artist but I can't figure out how to transfer it. Please help? Do you have to send one artist at a time. Do you have to highlite all the artist or put them in some type of folder?

  • sandralovesb Dec 05, 2008

    I deleted my library but I have a flashdrive back up and can't figure out how to get the songs back in the library.

    What is "opetion" in solution #2? I have the same problem and this hasn't helped. I can find my music. I can open the Itunes library but how do you get it back in?

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When you open the flash drive you can drag your songs out,or you can make a file on your desktop by right clicking once ,go to new,click folder and you can go back to your flash drive file and copy your songs to that folder you just made on your desktop.oh and i'm sorry you've got vista on your new computer.let me know if you have any problems,i will try to explain it better.

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Try to insert your flash drive and open your itunes windows and try to click the file opetion then add files to library then browse and look for you flash drive.

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Ipod 120 classic backs up only 231 songs


Sometimes it is easiest to start over. In the case of the popular iPod, clearing the hard drive is the easiest way to remove the files and restore the drive. The process is rather basic using the Apple iTunes software. Once your 120 GB iPod is restored, you can quickly sync all of your songs saved on your computer back onto the iPod. Properly complete the restoration process and enjoy your revitalized iPod.
Open the iTunes application on your computer. If you do not yet have the iTunes application, you can download it from Apple's website for free. From there you can easily download and install it. Open the folders on your computer which contain your saved music files and drag and drop them into iTunes. If prompted to convert to M4a, select "Convert." Connect your 120GB iPod to the computer using the provided USB cable. Click the "Restore" button on the main screen in iTunes, then click "Restore" a second time once prompted to initiate the restore process. Click the "Next" option, then "OK" once the restoration is complete. Your music will no longer be on your iPod, but will remain in your iTunes library. Click the "Sync" button on the bottom left side of the iTunes screen to sync the music library with the iPod.

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Two Ways to Solve the Crashing Problem of iTunes 12


Since iTunes 12 was released to public with OS X Yosemite, users never stop complaining about bugs when updating their iTunes to the latest one. Some said iTunes 12 froze their computer, some were shocked by that iTunes 12 even removed their album art, some others told how iTunes 12 crashed everytime they opened it and numerous other problems flooded. These problems happening on different computers are so diverse that working out solutions to solve all of them is hardly possible. But temporary methods to solve crashing problem of iTunes 12 can still be found. Users can stay away from crashing problem of iTunes 12 in two ways in the following.
UPDATE: Apple released iTunes 12.2 to add Apple music support. You can feel free to upgrade to the latest iTunes 12.2 if you met problem on running iTunes 12.

The First Way: Go back to an old version of iTunes

This way is a relatively effective way to make you stand outside the problems of iTunes 12. You can revert back to the version that has ever worked on your computer and update to the newest when Apple fixes the existing bugs. Let us see first how to download and install old version of iTunes on your computer.
1. Download old versions of iTunes
1) From oldapps.com you can download iTunes 4.1 to iTunes 11.4 for installation on your computer.
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2) To install Version 12.0.1 of iTunes, you can download it from the following links:
> > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(32 bits) Here < < > > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(64 bits) Here < <
2. Double-click the downloaded installing file of iTunes and start the installing process.
3. Following the installing guide where you will be asked to accept the user license agreement and choose the folder to store iTunes until it is finished.
4. Go to find and open iTunes in the above folder to launch to have a try.

The Second Way: Backup your iTunes Library

If you want to stick to iTunes 12 even though it crashes frequently, backup your iTunes library elsewhere like hard drive, external hard disk and Google Drive will protect you from great loss and redownloading. After backuping, your iTunes library can also be played with other media players like VLC, Windows Media Player and other non-Apple media players and devices. Let us then see how to backup your iTunes Library.
Step 1: Download and install M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes library. Mac and Windows version are both available.
For Windows:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.exe
For Mac:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.dmg
Introduction of M4VGear: M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes Library for Windows is the best and fastest Backup Tool for iTunes library. It can remove DRM from both iTunes purchased and rented videos at a 20X faster speed and convert them to unprotected MP4, AVI, MOV and etc videos so that you can backup them to hard drive, Google Drive or play them with non-Apple media players and devices. (Using Mac OS? Here is M4VGear iTunes Library backup tool for Mac.)
In the DRM Removing process, all subtitles and audio tracks including 5.1 audio track will be preserved. Besides, original quality will stay inside the output MP4 videos.
Step 2: Import the iTunes videos you want to backup from iTunes library to M4VGear by clicking the "Add Movies" button on the main interface. You are allowed to select videos as many as you like for backuping.
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Step 3: Click "Convert" button on Windows or on Mac to start converting iTunes videos to MP4 format for backuping. During the process, controlling iTunes is not allowed in case some errors may happen.
Note: You can also choose other video formats as output from the output profile list.
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Step 4: Go to the output folder located in the bottom left of M4VGear and find output MP4 videos. Then either transfer them to hard drive or Google Drive for backuping or play them with non-Apple media player or devices when iTunes 12 crashes.
>>To use M4VGear without conversion time limitation, please go to M4VGear store to buy a license.
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I doubt that iTunes really moved/reorganized files on your computer.

iTunest may have created its own "Table Of Contents", presenting a "view" of all your files.

Open "My Computer" and open your external hard-drive.
The files should be in "your" order.

Open "My Documents". Open "My Music".
The files should be in "your" order.


If iTunes really did "reorganize" your files, there's no way to "go back", because "Windows System Restore" does not automatically created time-stamped backups of your 'My Documents' folder (nor of any external disk-drive -- where would it put that much data???).


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If you are going to get an external harddrive you will need to re-direct where itunes is saving your music and video files. Because itunes will be using your internal harddrive for the system files (that is where windows is), it will automatically save the music to your internal drive. I suggest reloding an updated version of itunes from http://www.apple.com/itunes/ here and when asked where to install it, redirect it from C:programfiles.......to your external harddrive. This way the itunes music folder will be on your external harddrive.

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