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ITunes/iPod question

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Devilsolsi, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. Devilsolsi

    Devilsolsi F1 Veteran
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    So about a month ago my computer got a virus, and I ended up having to reinstall the operating system and everything. I just downloaded iTunes again. When i go to add my new music to my iPod, it says that my iPod can't be synced to 2 versions of iTunes (the other being the one that was erased off my machine when I got the virus). I get a message saying that if I sync my iPod, I will lose all the songs that are on it (about 1300).

    Anyone have any ideas how to get the new music onto my iPod, without erasing what is already there?

    Thanks,
    -Alex
     
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  3. Fast_ian

    Fast_ian Two Time F1 World Champ

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  4. jeffashcraft

    jeffashcraft Formula Junior

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    I bought some software called 'TunePlus 2.0' at Best Buy (or another mass retailer) -- it allows you to copy the songs that are on your iPod and then add them to the hard-drive of your computer.

    took about 15 minutes to set it up, and then completely syncronized my old iPod with my new computer.

    It has been a while since i got it, but i don't think it cost more than $25 or $30
     
  5. dsd

    dsd F1 Rookie
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    Mount your iPod as a disk. Do a search for hidden files *

    Copy to HDD and import into itunes.

    Profit

    -dsd
     

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