Question about Apple iPod nano
A couple of weeks ago my laptop stopped working when I accidentally spilt water on it.
I have downloaded the latest version of itunes on a new computer but when I connect my ipod a message pops up to say that it is in recovery mode and I will need to restore original settings (which means wiping off all my music).
I do not want to do this as I will obviously lose all the music on the ipd as the library does not show any tunes I have downloaded.
I do have most of the music backed up on to cds at home. Is the best thing to restore settings and then start over again by downloading all music on to the new library?
I think that you should go on line and download a free ipod transfer it transfer music and what ever you have in there but it is a trial version so you got to hurry I think the website is free ipod transfer to laptop or just write in google ipod to laptop
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
Each iPod usually only syncs up to 1 computer. try downloading a program called idump. It allows you to take all of your music and files off the ipod and onto the computer, without having to restore. Then you'll have to restore the ipod, and put all the songs back onto it.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
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