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Itunes help, getting songs off ipod onto new itunes

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
My other laptop has died on me so i'm trying to put all my programmes ono my new one and i want to reinstall itunes, i know there are a few programmes that can get the songs off your ipod onto your pc so you can then put them onto the new itunes..anyone recommend a good one?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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you don't need any programmes just do this:
For Windows:
1) connect iPod and hold Shift + Ctrl - this stops the auto sync
2) If your iPod doesn't appear in 'My Computer' then enable disk use for the iPod
3) Go to 'My Computer' and Double-click your iPod to open it
4) From the menu bar go to Tools > Folder Options…
5) Select the 'View' tab
6) scroll down and enable 'Show Hidden Files and Folders'
7) hit 'Apply' or 'OK'
8) Double-click on 'iPod_Control', then 'Music'
9) Copy the contents (Folders named F01, F02, etc.) to your HDD
10) open iTunes preferences and under the advanced pane, make sure that 'Keep iTunes Music folder organized' and, 'Copy files to iTunes Music folder when adding to library' are checked. The first option will fix up the filenames so that they appear normal, the second makes sure that the songs are somewhere safe that iTunes knows about.
11) Drag the Folders into the iTunes window to import your music
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dananana
you don't need any programmes just do this:
For Windows:
1) connect iPod and hold Shift + Ctrl - this stops the auto sync
2) If your iPod doesn't appear in 'My Computer' then enable disk use for the iPod
3) Go to 'My Computer' and Double-click your iPod to open it
4) From the menu bar go to Tools > Folder Options…
5) Select the 'View' tab
6) scroll down and enable 'Show Hidden Files and Folders'
7) hit 'Apply' or 'OK'
8) Double-click on 'iPod_Control', then 'Music'
9) Copy the contents (Folders named F01, F02, etc.) to your HDD
10) open iTunes preferences and under the advanced pane, make sure that 'Keep iTunes Music folder organized' and, 'Copy files to iTunes Music folder when adding to library' are checked. The first option will fix up the filenames so that they appear normal, the second makes sure that the songs are somewhere safe that iTunes knows about.
11) Drag the Folders into the iTunes window to import your music

i'll give that a try, would that also work with an iphone as i've also got that synced on my old laptop so not reall sure howing i'm going to resync it
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souljacker
i'll give that a try, would that also work with an iphone as i've also got that synced on my old laptop so not reall sure howing i'm going to resync it


Don't know but I imagine that it would.

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