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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by rochellee.xo, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. rochellee.xo

    rochellee.xo New Member

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    hi,
    im a first time iPod user! I just bought a 8gb touch, from my friend who had no previous trouble with it! Unfortunately, i have terrible luck & it seems to be giving me the most trouble! I've tried resetting & restoring it, un-installing, down-grading, then upgrading my iTunes - but nothing helps. It will sync about 1/4 of the songs then say there was an error and stop. I've read maybe everything on the internet about what to do to fix it & nothing works. I installed MediaMonkey, but cannot use it because the touch cannot be enabled as a disk. If anyone has any sort of information, or ideas about what to help, PLEASE let me know!
  2. prauny

    prauny Member

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    Have you tried using a different USB cord?
  3. rochellee.xo

    rochellee.xo New Member

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    no i havent, i wanted to cover all bases here before going out to buy a new cord.
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    it says disk could not be synced because it could not be read from/written to.
  4. SmexyPenguin18

    SmexyPenguin18 Active Member

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    Its probaly not the cord unless it stops when you move it. Its probaly the songs fault try converting them all to ACC. (worked for me)
  5. rochellee.xo

    rochellee.xo New Member

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    how do you do that?
  6. Education

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    Right click the song in iTunes and click Create AAC Version.

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