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How do you put music from ipod to your p.c.

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JIM

UK

#1 Mar 12, 2006
Loads of people must want to know this but i cant find out how to do it,i reformatted my pc and want to put my music back onto itunes !!!!!!!!!! dont do what my friend did he plugged his ipod into usb and itunes wiped it clean cos there was no music history
Balefor

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#3 Mar 16, 2006
Ever try google?
Rusty

Dollard-des-ormeaux, Canada

#5 Mar 22, 2006
Hi,

Try MediaMonkey--it's free and let's you copy directly from the iPod back to the PC.

It's at: http://www.mediamonkey.com/product_ipod.htm

-Rusty
jason

Barrow, UK

#6 Mar 24, 2006
Oi got a question how do you put music on 2 your ipod you download itunes and then ............
Doug Landers

Brazil

#7 Apr 12, 2006
My question is
1-Is it possible to have two iPods sharing the same library in a single computer?
2-If so, in order to compose that library, is it possible to select musics from two iPods, and then to merge them into a single library?

I have two iPods, one with 1.500 musics, and another one with 1.000 musics. The problem is that the library of my computer is linked to the first iPod and when I connect the second one, it first says that the Administrator´s iPod is not linked to the iTunes library, and then gives me the option to do that, but warning that the musics would be replaced with the ones from the library, what means that I would loose about 500 musics. When I click on the Administrator´s iPod icon, it shows all the 1.500 musics, but in grey and does not let me manipulate them. Any information you can give me will be very welcome. Thank you.
alz

Australia

#11 Jun 2, 2006
Can i have two ipods with separate software on same computer. ie two kids, each with own ipod, wanting different music. pls help
Chris

Garden Grove, CA

#14 Jun 7, 2006
How do i take songs from my ipod and put them on my mac laptop?
sean

United States

#16 Jun 10, 2006
JIM wrote:
Loads of people must want to know this but i cant find out how to do it,i reformatted my pc and want to put my music back onto itunes !!!!!!!!!! dont do what my friend did he plugged his ipod into usb and itunes wiped it clean cos there was no music history
Yeah i did that. it sucked. my computer crashed and my friend fixed it but forgot to save ituns file and it deleted my music
Wendy

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Jun 16, 2006
hi
iv been using my ipod on my friends computer. so everything that is on my ipod is on his computer. but i cant use his cmoputer anymore, so how can i take everything that is on my ipod currently and copy it to the itunes on my computer?
Elizabeth

Boroughbridge, UK

#21 Jun 18, 2006
Hi, can anyone help me, I just got my new ipod off my friend. All i got was the ipod it's self and the charger. I already no that i use any ear phones for the ipod but i don't no how to connect my ipod to my computer. Do i use USB cable or what? Help
video to iPod

Dallas, TX

#22 Jun 20, 2006
duh

San Antonio, TX

#23 Jun 27, 2006
u dont tell how to do it duh!
duh

San Antonio, TX

#24 Jun 27, 2006
this is like super gay i mean u have this and u dont even explain ne thing at all how does ne one come here to get anwsers idk but this is so gay
dvd to pc

Dallas, TX

#25 Jul 1, 2006
David

United States

#27 Jul 17, 2006
can you put music from your ipod back on to your computer
SHadow

United States

#28 Jul 19, 2006
Download a cd onto your computer the Make sure that it is in your itunes library then drag the song over the the icon that says (in your case depending on what you typed in) Jasons ipod and drop it on that while your ipod is plugged into the computer.

If this dos not help Email me at [email protected]
jrod014

Syracuse, NY

#30 Jul 27, 2006
How to Duplicate Those iTunes to a Standard PC

You can’t copy songs from your iPod through iTunes, but there are a few free or shareware programs that can do it for you. Here’s a quick rundown of some options:
• PodUtil works on Mac or PC, and is shareware which you can download and use for free if you can endure little pop ups that bug you to pay for a full license at 10£. PodUtil is a shareware utility for copying songs from your iPod to your computer. PodUtil is compatible with Mac OS X and 9.x, and Windows XP and 2000
• IPodAgent is free, Windows only, and requires Microsoft’s free but big .NET framework installed to work. iPod Agent is a utility for managing contacts, appointments, mail, notes, tasks, RSS feeds, weather and more. It is not a music manager but works alongside iTunes to enable you to transfer songs from your iPod to a PC. iPod Agent requires Windows XP, 2000, or 98 and Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1.
• EphPod for Windows or Linux works well. EphPod is free and has been in development some time now.
Install one of those programs on your current computer and make sure it works for you and your iPod. Then, when you get your new work computer, set it up and get copying. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
The options are a bit different depending on your operating system. All you have to do is find what works with yours according the list below. Voila!
Mac OS and Windows compatible:
iPodRip supports recovering your songs and playlists, playback of audio files and much more. iPodRip is compatible with Mac OS X 10.2 and later, and Windows XP and 2000. iPodRip is shareware and will run without limitation for 10 sessions before registration is required. This way you get a free trial period of sorts. The iPod Music Liberator is a full-featured music-management utility that allows you to copy music from your iPod to a Mac or PC. It supports Mac OS X and Windows XP, 2000, NT and 98. iPod Access lets you copy music from your iPod to a Mac or PC. It supports Mac OS X 10.1 or later and Windows XP or 2000.
Mac OS only:
PodWorks allows you to copy songs from any Mac iPod to any Mac running OS X 10.2 or later. A free trial version (30 day time limit, 250 song copy limit) is available. Senuti reads the playlists on your iPod and allows you to transfer them back to your computer. Senuti is donationware and requires OS X 10.3 or later.
Windows PC only:
The free version of Anapod Explorer allows you to view your iPod and copy files to it as a device in Windows Explorer. The full version allows you to transfer files from your iPod to a PC. Anapod Explorer requires a PC-formatted iPod and Windows XP, 2000, ME or 98SE.
A program called CopyPod enables you to transfer your music library from your iPod to your PC without losing ratings and playlists. CopyPod requires Windows XP or 2000.
XPlay provides a powerful Explorer-integrated drag-and-drop interface that makes transferring music to and from the iPod quick and simple. XPlay enables Windows users to use both Windows- and Mac-formatted iPods. XPlay requires Windows XP, 2000, ME or 98SE.
SharePod is a free utility that is stored and run from your iPod – just plug your iPod into a PC and run SharePod.exe. SharePod reads your iPod database and allows you to extract music files to your hard drive, either individually or by playlist. Supported iPods or Windows OS versions not listed.
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moss

United States

#31 Jul 31, 2006
JIM wrote:
Loads of people must want to know this but i cant find out how to do it,i reformatted my pc and want to put my music back onto itunes !!!!!!!!!! dont do what my friend did he plugged his ipod into usb and itunes wiped it clean cos there was no music history
plug in yur ipod, then drag the song in your ipod from itune to any folder

to put it in itune convert the song you drag to the folder to mp3 and drag it to your playlist in itune
Ed B

Houston, TX

#33 Aug 2, 2006
I need some help...I have downloaded music from my PC to I tunes and it works fine...but maybe the next time I start up I tunes there are exclamation marks next to a large number of music files and I can't play the songs...I get a message that the song can't be played because the song has been moved. Any suggestions would be appreaciated......Thanks
Jordan

Brentwood, TN

#34 Aug 11, 2006
Hey adults .. I'm 12 years nd i have 2 comps (well 1 is my moms) but i originally had my ipod used ion my moms comp getting song ther.. well my mkoms mad cuz i got viruses on it so g2 use mine..how do i get the songs on my ipod onto my new iteunes thing on my comp?

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