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Anonymous Posted on Sep 13, 2007

Music I moved files from my offspring cd to my nano but the album is not coming up on my album list... It won't play. Thanks, Music Man

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NO FILES

your ipod won;t play videos.
but to put files on it, mount it to itunes and when the iPod mounts you will see the picture of the nano.
in that window click on manage music manually.
now click on the music folder and it will open.
in windows explorer open the file folder containing your music files.
click on a song and drag n drop it into the left most column of the music listing window in itunes.
it will load into you ipod.
One thing you will have to remember, Ipods will not load incompatable music or other files.
make sure your music is compatable.
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My MP3 Hates THE OFFSPRING!!!

Your music is organised right? wink.gif That will solve your 1st problem.

Playlists will solve the second problem. My sister has some soundtracks which I don't really want polluting my player. Or browse your player by album to pull them up?

You can clear out playlists, go to the now playing view, tap the scroll strip to pull up the rating, and tap it again to show the current 'play order'. Bring up the context menu (right click) and go to remove... remove all.

I also have set my programmable key to "Add to playlist", much faster.
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Your Computer may not be recognising it.
If it came with an installation cd,i suggest you reinstall but back up your music on a memory stick or recordable cd.
I would also try using another usb port.

I Doubt its stopped playing because its been dropped on the floor as my best friend has one of these,and her one has been dropped in the bath,on the hard floor lots of times and still works

Hope I Helped You.
Good Luck With It.

Regards,
Sophie x
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