Posted 17 July 2012 - 10:41 PM
I am currently having an absolute fit over here, and I have no idea what to do, so I'm hoping someone here will have some ideas.
I have an iPod (a 160GB Classic, which is currently on my bleeplist for reasons that will soon become clear.) I hate iTunes with the fire of a thousand suns, so I use Floola instead. I've never had a problem with it...until now (although to be perfectly fair, I don't know if Floola caused my issue, or if it's just my iPod deciding to go completely nuts on me.)
Anyway, tonight I added a ton of new music to it (about 4,500 songs.) Waited for them all to completely sync to the iPod, and for the program to give me a message that everything was done. Ejected the iPod, unplugged it from the USB....and shortly discovered that instead of the approximately 25,000 songs I should have, I now have.....zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada.
And now Floola's not working either; I keep getting a weird-ass error message, and then the whole program shuts down on me. I am so pissed you would not even believe it.
My question is this: Would there be some kind of backup "library" on my laptop somewhere that would contain all of my files, or am I screwed six ways from Sunday here? I'm kicking myself in the ass now for not creating a folder on my desktop in which to actually save my mp3s, but what's done is done (or, I should say, what's NOT done is NOT done, and I can't do anything about that now.)
Does anyone have ANY ideas as to what I could do, other than starting over from scratch and trying to get all of my music back the hard way? God, I am so pissed right now.
Snoofie : Computer Geek Wannabe
Dell Inspiron 5537
Intel Core i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60 GHz
8.00 GB RAM
Windows 10, 64-bit