I WENT TO SYSTEMS RECOVERY AND LOST ALL OF MY MUSIC IN MY LIMEWIRE AND ITUNES FOLDERS THOSE TO I MEAN THE FOLDERS,, I CAN NOT EVEN FIND MY PICTURES DIGITAL OR ALBUMS HELP PLEASE MYBE I PICED A DATE TO FAR BACK BUT I DONT THINK SO
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this is all i could find out. The likes of Dropbox and Google Drive will sync files from your iTunes folder to yourAndroid device and you can even play individual songs from within the apps. However, getting the files into the Music folder on your phone or tablet isn't easy, so it doesn't really work for more than a handful of songs.30 Dec 2015
continue downloading your mp3 / mp4 files with limewire (frostwire)..its okay...but limewire will never (and neither will any other non apple software) comply with itunes....so lets import the files (top left hand corner) using itunes (import from the folder you have download to) if its in xyz music that is where we will import from...once you have all the music onto itunes click & hold music library of itunes...(top left is itunes /bottom is your ipod if connected)...drag down to music of ipod let it go...once you do this the conversion takes place depending on how many songs u put in 1 - 3mins tops.............have fun dont forget to share mp3 files on limewire/frostwire
Go to "Start" in the taskbar, select "Search", Select "Files or folders", select the appropriate drive, most likely the C drive, type in *.mp3, hit enter.
try again with *.wma and any other format you may have on your computer.
You can also open a music player and select "library" and have the music player find all the songs on your computer.
This can be used as a reference.
You'll have some idea of the number of songs on your computer and you may even be able to better know where they are on the computer.
go to my computer open the c: drive, then find the file that you had save your music. and open that file....connect the mp3 player (brand, model) to pc once connected open mp3 (copy music files from c::, paste all to mp3)
if your mp3 is an ipod you must download itunes and dowload the music from c: using itunes
Its not two hardrives, its duo processor, and two cache chips
check the size of data and acer drives (right click and properties, check size) If they are large should be able to store copy of music
go into the limewire download folder, should be in my computer -> c: -> program files -> Limewire -> shared folder - copy files (edit select all, edit copy or ctrl + left clikc to individually select) then paste to new directory or folder (right click empty sapce of folder & left click paste
same for Itunes - locate where files are saving to then just copy paste from one location to another
should effect the programs from working, unless You delete files
YOu should use itunes. LIMewire is only trouble. The majority of hard drives and ipods i have to repair is because of the unfiltered garbage coming thru limewire. Now ipod will play universal formats, and you will need itunes to load music onto the ipod anyway as limewire cannot do that.