[vip_students] Re: itunes ipod queery

  • From: "Edel Carey" <careyedel@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 19:13:26 -0000

Thanks Stuart

Do you know what java is for, I think I may have deleted it by accident and maybe that is what is causing the problem with itunes. I'm just clutching at straws now rather than deleting it.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Stuart Lawler" <stuart.lawler@xxxxxxx>
To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2007 6:03 PM
Subject: [vip_students] Re: itunes ipod queery

Hi Edel,

I'm by no means an authority on the Itunes software but I do know that yes, you will lose your music because Itunes, when re-installed will see your Ipod as a new device and reset the device.

A similar problem to what you describe happened to a friend of mine. There is apparently a way to tell Itunes not to reset the Ipod, maybe a bit of googling will find it for you.

Sorry I can't be of more assistance!

Regards, Stuart.


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- original message -
Subject: [vip_students] itunes ipod queery
From: Edel Carey <careyedel@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 30/12/2007 3:45 pm

Hi Paul & All

I got a new ipod and have problems registering it with my itunes so apple have advised me to delete and reinstall itunes. Does that mean I'll loose all the music I have put on from CDs which amounts to a large chunk. If so, is there a way I can save it. I cannot back them up on my hard drive because I don't have enough room.



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