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export from ipod to itunes

Hi

I have a 4th generation ipod.  My PC corrupted so I lost the itunes folder - is there any way of exporting the songs on my ipod back into itunes?

Many thanks
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kenabbott
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ParadiseITSCommented:
Here is a good article on how to do it:
http://playlistmag.com/help/2005/01/2waystreet/


And some software to help too...

http://www.ipod2computer.com/index.php?SRC=6
http://www.redchairsoftware.com/anapod/featpw.php


These will get your music back for you!

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ajalsupCommented:
Expert xema gave me some help in my own question about this problem.

My hard drive crashed, and I hadn't backed up my ITunes installation, so I had to get all my songs brought over from CDs (not bought from the ITunes music store) back from my IPOD, and also get all my playlists that I'd spent time on.

The software in my note in the Solution worked well for me after I bought it, and it brought over my playlists to the ITunes on my new computer automatically (with the push of a button in the software).

Hope that helps.

Here is a link to my closing comment in the other question -

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Hardware/iPODs/iPod/Q_22561994.html?cid=238#a20035817
 
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FezzlyCommented:
The easiest way is to go into manual mode from itunes. Now you can go into "My Computers" and a drive should be their with your Ipod. Now you have to view invisible folders.

first go up to the top and click tools.
then go into folder options
then view
then check the one that says show hidden files.

now go into the drive with your ipod and into the hidden folders(should look faded)
and then you should see music files in the end. Just drag and drop

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