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iPod wiped... - July 19th 2009, 10:58 AM

I have a 120GB iPod classic...

When I plugged it in earlier to upload some music it was all fine, I ejected it, took it out, as per normal... buuuuttt now everything has been wiped off it.

All my movies/music/pictures/playlists... everything has gone. Most of my playlists are not backed up on my laptop and not all of the music was from my computer.

Is there any way I can retrieve it or do I have to start from scratch?

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Re: iPod wiped... - July 19th 2009, 12:29 PM

You say laptop... then computer... Syncing with different ones will wipe songs from the other... You cant sync with 2 computers, if you do it will wipe whats already on there and replace it with stuff from the new computer/laptop...



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Re: iPod wiped... - July 19th 2009, 03:23 PM

Sorry that was confusing
I manually manage the music in order to have the music from both... its never caused me problems before.


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Re: iPod wiped... - July 20th 2009, 10:22 PM

This happened to me a while ago ~ when i unplugged it everything was just gone. i simply plugged it back in and re-synced everything back on... took a few minutes, but it was all grand then.
is everything still on your iTunes, or is it just your iPod that's been wiped?
   
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