Question about Apple iPod nano
Had them from another source? Meaning they are no longer on your computer in your iTunes library?
If that's correct, I think your only shot is (if your nano is old enough - click wheel style) is to try putting your nano into DISK MODE (this article tells you how: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1363 )
From there you might see if you can browse the drive of the nano to recover files off of it....If you have a newer nano that doesn't have disk mode you can try to use one of the numerous drive recovery utilities out there. If you are able to do this, MAKE a backup copy of the files and get them into your current iTunes library.
After recovering data I think you will want to restore your nano and put all your music back on there fresh.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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