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Itunes 7.0 Issues


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#1 ganna

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Posted 21 September 2006 - 09:53 AM

Hi there,

I upgraded my iTunes to the latest version 7.0 and quite frankly it has been a nightmare. On restarting my computer to complete the installation my iPod could only be read as a hard drive not in iTunes itself. Since this was obviously a problem as I absolutely cannot live without music I tried to follow the help available on the Apple website. Following the supposedly logical tips to solve this problem did not help one bit so I decided to reinstall my iPod with the iTunes version that was around when I bought it and then just upgrade once again.

My bright idea worked :thumbsup: however the sound was distorted so much so that I thought it was my speakers going bonkers!! I decided that my music fix could only be fixed by the pre-iPod way...my CD player. In the meantime I updated some pictures in my iPod so that I could see some more album art work on the iPod. When I disconnected these pictures didn't even appear; however the ones I had on before were still there!

The final straw happened today when I tried to connect my iPod to my computer again...guess what....it's only being read as a hard drive not in iTunes! :flowers:

I have read that people have had distortion issues with this version of iTunes; so I was wondering whether anyone else has had similar issues to the ones that I have and what if any are the solutions?

Thanks for listening...I shall try to complain to Apple & see where that takes me!!

jane
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Posted 21 September 2006 - 02:01 PM

Hi ganna.
Just for the halibut, try changing the drive letter windows is assigning your iPOD.
Control Panel > Admin tools > Computer Management > Disk Management.
Right click the drive designation for the iPOD and change it to a letter down the alphabet a ways like H or I or something. See what that does.

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Posted 22 September 2006 - 01:38 PM

Thanks for the reply...but same problem; only detected as a hard drive& not in iTunes.

jane
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