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Old Mar 6, 2012, 09:25 PM   #1
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iPod 60gb 6 gen problems... sigh...

Recently, I've run into a little trouble. My Western Digital external hard drive decided to stop working, leaving me with one back up of my music -- my iPod.

I tried a couple of programs, and one of them, Floola, decided it wanted to screw up my iPod. Now, iTunes is telling me to restore it.

In the file system of the iPod, my music is still there. I've tired moving it off a few different ways, but my iPod stops Synching, which stops the move.

Floola, and other programs are now unable to do anything with it, it seems.

Please help!!!
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Old Mar 9, 2012, 10:26 PM   #2
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If yu are on a Mac use expod. It's free and what I used when I had a similar thing happen to me. If you are on a Windows machine (blaaaa lol) the easiest thing to do is enable your hidden folders and then open the iPod like and external drive and you could be able to find your music in the hidden folders. ANy questions about hoe to do the latter check out youtube.
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