Help With Ipod

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  1. k0m0d0

    k0m0d0 Well-Known Member

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    Ok, heres the deal, I installed the new iTunes today, and accidentally after 1st iPod connected, that usual message appeared and I clicked the wrong button, and guess what, my iPod got reseted. So, my question is, can I recover the almost 1,000 musics I lost?

    Thanks for the help!
    =D
     
  2. Amoebassassin

    Amoebassassin Well-Known Member

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    If you formatted it, you'll have to re-transfer them from your pc, I think?
     
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    yeah you have to retransfer, same thing happened to me a few weeks ago
     
  4. k0m0d0

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    Well, the fact is that I dont have the musics anymore in my iTunes.... I changed my pc,. and reinstalled iTunes, and I connected my iPod and clicked the wrong button, so it wipped all my musics, my hope is that as iPod is a HD, I ccould recover the files somehow...
     
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    The Ipod is a hard drive, but I dunno if you can use a program to revcover files on it.
     
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    If you haven't put anything new on the iPod yet, then the data is still there. Windows sees it as being empty, but the physical data hasn't been deleted. I'm sure a good data recovery program would get the songs back.
     
  7. k0m0d0

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    Yeah, I wa thinking about that!
    But, which program I should use? If exists one....
     
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  9. k0m0d0

    k0m0d0 Well-Known Member

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    This is a free program that does the same thing.
     
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    No probs :P
     
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    Testdisk is the best for recovery lost volumes...
    bit techy for some (command line) but its by far the fastest and best
     
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    If you purchased all your music legally, it's all recoverable via your iTunes account.

    But hey, who I am kidding, this is the internet
     

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