I was clearing some unused software from my computor and deleted qicktime not realizing it is what was running my i tunes/i pod. i went on the internet a reloaded quictime but when I try to open i tunes it tells me quicktime is needed to open i tunes. i have tried several times with no sucess. can you please help. thank you in advance
This should be easy but it is still hassle. You need to go to apples web site, apple.com/downloads and download quicktime from there. If that doesn't work you will need to reinstall itunes which will automatically intall everything it needs. QuickTime actually runs alot of things from your itunes to clips on the internet. Good luck
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I Pod's work well with I Tunes download I Tunes and set the software to seek music files on your drive ones you have downloaded my suggestion is pick one download center file to seek when I Tunes searches automatically. It will sync you tunes and update the I Pod rather cool and works well for I Pod's designed for it. Click Here
Goto your local best buy or equivalent and ask them for a wireless transmitter it plugs into your ipod and transmits on the unused portion of the lower band of the radio. like 87.9fm and when the connection is made you can play your tunes and have it come over the radio.
Do you have an I-tunes account? you dont need the original computer that was first used but you will need the pass code if there is one set on the i-pod. Also you can restore your i-pod with your old i-tunes account on any computer.
uninstall all the unwanted softwares
using the add/remove programmes.....
if you are suspicious about any viruses being there
i would suggest you to download and install 'Avast 8'
and run a boot time scan.this will clear all the viruses in your computer for sure
"tune up utilities"
to detect the unused registery entries and delete them (it has a one click miantainance)
you can get both the softwares for free( only trial) from www.download.com
i am tellling all this considering you do not want to part with the CURRENT windows xp
or do not have a Windows onstallation disc
if you have any other questions please do post back
You need to set your iPod to update manually, instead of syncing automatically when you plug it into the computer.
To do this, plug your iPod into your computer, and on the iPod info screen that pops up in iTunes when your iPod is connected, click "Manually Manage Files." You'll now have to click and drag your songs from your library to your iPod, but now you can also play songs on your computer directly from your iPod and delete songs from your library without deleting them from your iPod at the same time.
to "manually update ipod" if it is set to autosync then all tunes in the library which are registered as being on the pod will automatically update. each time you connect the pod the itunes sw will update the pod from the library.
when the pod is connected and auto sync is active if you delete a tune from the lib it will update the pod and delete the same tune.