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Ipod to pc

How can I get music off my ipod onto my new computer. In such a format that winamp or media player knows its there?

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  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2008

    how do you open an ipod in media player. It only wants to rip from cds and there doesnt look like there is a facility to look at external devices in the library heading.

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2008

    'open with' is not a right click option. Only 'open' is, which just shows all the files.



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Go on windows media player and open ur ipod on it and drag the files onto your desktop then itunes:)

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2008

    well, if u go to my computer, right click ipod and say open with then click windows media player



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Help ineed account for my Ipod please help

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an itunes account ?
b> An iPod is a portable media player that lets users listen to music wherever they are. Before you can listen to songs on the iPod, you must first put music onto the device. If you have been using different MP3 players in the past, adding music to an iPod can be slightly confusing. The reason for this is that iPods are not compatible with Windows Media Player, Real Player or Winamp. By using iTunes, however, you can add music to any iPod.

• Open iTunes. • 2 Add music to iTunes. To do this, click "File." Choose "Add Folder to Library." Then, find the folder on your computer that holds the music you wish to put onto the iPod. Highlight that folder and click "OK." The music will be put into the iTunes Library. • • 3 Plug the iPod into the computer. After a few seconds, you will see the iPod listed under "Devices" on the left-hand side of iTunes. • 4 Click "Music" under the "Library" option on the left-hand side of iTunes. All of the music files in the iTunes Library will then be shown in the middle of iTunes. • 5 Double-click the album that contains the music you want to put onto the iPod. The songs on that album will then be listed. • 6 Highlight the song you want to add to the iPod. • 7 Drag that file over to the name of your iPod located under "Devices" (as mentioned in Step 3). The song will then be placed onto the iPod. Do this for all of the music you want to put onto the iPod. • 8 Click the "All Albums" button at the top of iTunes to get back to the list of albums on the iTunes Library. • 9 Repeat Steps 5-7 until you are done putting music on the iPod. • 10 Disconnect the player when you are done.

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I have a new laptop... I am trying to download music from my computer to my ipod. I think I am missing some kind software to make this happen.

If you do not have iTunes already downloaded onto your new laptop then you need to download it before you can put music from your computer onto your iPod.
Go to this link to download iTunes (free). Once it is downloaded, you have to import your music that's on your computer onto your iTunes. This will take a while if you have a lot of music.
After that is done, you will be able to plug your iPod into your laptop and iTunes should recognize it and from there you'll be able to put your music onto the iPod.
Remember though, after you format your iPod to a PC you cannot plug it into a Mac (or Mac then to a PC) to put music on it, as it is already formatted to one and if you want music from the other you will have to reformat it which causes you to lose all of your music currently on it.
Be sure that the computer you are formatting it to (PC or Mac) is the kind you will be using for music at all times.
I hope this helps :)

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Just got my computer fix but my i pod is not being reconized on my computer.i want to transfer my music on my ipod to my itunes but it not snycing

Ipods are 1-way devices dontknow why,but you can go from computer -to-ipod but NOT ipod to computer,look all over the net,you'll see its just a flaw it has and for some reason apple wont let it,now their are programs you can download to your pc that will do it for you. Google--program to transfer music from ipod to computer

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Use winamp; select your ipod in the left pane, so all of the music it contains is displayed in the center "media library" area. Then, right click on whatever music you want, and click the option "copy to local media". If you are trying to copy the entire contents of your ipod, simply select "all" at the top of the ipod's list of music, right-click, and select "copy to local media". Or if you don't like winamp or if you can't get that to work for some reason, use sharepod.

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I have an ipod classic with all of my music on it. Someone stole my laptop and unfortunately I did not have my files backed up. I purchased a new laptop and want to know if there is a way to move my songs...

yes simple enough, u can plug ur IPOD into ur laptop and use program likes Itunes or simply go to my computer and select ur ipod which is shown as disk, andcopy the music and paste in on hard disk, ALso you would like to try Winamp for maintaining the portable music player like that.

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I have some music stored on my mp3 player and i want to save it onto my new computer also. i cant figure out what to do. the only music i can locate is the sample music that came already stored on my...

When you plug your MP3 player into your PC, the PC would recognize it as an external hard drive. All you have to do at that point is go to My Computer and open the files in that drive and drag and drop, or copy the whole file to your PC.
Not all Mp3 players are hard-drive based as mentioned above, furthermore some are write protected and do not allow you to copy from them. So, for those of you who have a mp3 player that is not write-protected, and will not allow you to access it as a removable drive, what you need to do is download Winamp. Winamp is free, just go to; it will have a link for it. Open up Winamp, plug in your mp3 player, it should recognize it, give it a sec. There is a tab that says portables, your player should show up there, click on it to open. From here you will be able to right click any of the media on your mp3 player and chose the option to Copy to Local Media. I hope this helps everyone else.
Plug in Mp3 Player. Go to My computer. Right click on the device. Select the Explore option. Go to the folder on the mp3 player that has your music. Open the My Music folder. Drop and drag your music from the mp3 folder to your my music folder.

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