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#1 highfrequencyventila


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Posted 29 July 2014 - 04:18 PM

I have an Apple Iphone 4 which I worked for hours on an old hp computer putting music ringtones on and other stuff. Now I had to get a new computer. Old computer's hard drive fried. the new computer has Itunes BUT now, BUT I needed to put the ringtones on this new comp WHEN I SELECTED SYNC RINGTONES The bleep computer says, "This Iphone is synced on another computer. Do you want to erase the library? So I've dealt with this. I LOSE EVERY bleep thing oN this IPHONE and then I have my Ipad I gotta do as well. IS there ANYTHING I CAN DO to fix this, or am I gonna have to lose every God damn thing I put on the piece of bleep? I've had it with apple. I've had it with windows. I NEED bleep HELP NOW!!!!!

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#2 IllusionEclipse


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 06:11 AM

Unfortunately, unless you have a way to transfer all your data from the computer that your phone was previously sync'd to, as to which you stated the HDD was fried. Then yes you will have to lose what you've got on your phone at the present time to sync it with the new computer.


This is why it's important to keep regular backups. So you don't run into this kind of scenario. (Once I nearly did myself due to MY HDD failing and had to get a replacement).

An illusion is as real as the person who sees it, but wouldn't that be an illusion in and of itself?

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