How do I convert my old iTunes onto my new computer?
My old computer was damaged beyond repair. With it went my iTunes library. I was unable to back up any of my music from my iTunes library. How can I get my old iTunes onto my new computer? I was told its a simple process. Something that involves emailing it to myself? Or something along those lines...I don't want to lose that music! I have it all on my iPod. But if I were to get a new iTunes account on my computer, when I plug in my iPod it would want to erase everything on the iPod as well. Please help me!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
It won't be a problem if you use AVCWare iPod to iPod/Computer/iTunes Transfer.
It automatically transfers your iPod and iPhone music, video, playlist, photos to computer and iTunes. Backup all your music and video in a couple of clicks. Really makes music and videos sharing pretty simple and enjoyable. Wish this can help and good luck.
I think its step by step guide is most helpful.
It is easy to use and you can try it now.
- 1 decade ago
It is easy to get our ipod music to itunes with an ipod to computer transfer software. I have being using a software, which can automatically transfers your iPod and iPhone music, video, playlist, photos back to PC and iTunes. Backup all your music and video in a couple of clicks. If you own more than one iPods. In addition,this iPod to iTunes transfer software offers a management panel to help you manage your iPod/iPhone as a portable hard disk. You can find what you want quickly and easily by filter and quick search function.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
In fact, you can use an ipod to computer transfer program to help.I personally use Cucusoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Computer Transfer.It helps me to transfer my songs/videos/photos/playlists etc from ipod to my new computer directly and safely.It works well for me,you can give it a try.
Free download it at: http://www.ipodtocomputercopy.com/ipodconverter/ip...
It even has step-by-step guide on the whole process.
Hope it helps.
- melinLv 44 years ago
your songs are media information which could be on your computing gadget. rather of looking by using iTunes, seek the folder of your HD for the music information and replica them to a sparkling disc. once you get the hot computing gadget, jsut replica from the CD. you replica the information or flow them - you do no longer convert them (you're no longer changing the information themselves, purely moving them). "i attempted saving the songs on a memory stick and putting them on my new computing gadget " and how did you do this? You obviopusly made a msiatke, in spite of the fact that that's stressful to pinpoint what you probably did incorrect once you do no longer say what you probably did in any respect.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
I advise you to use this way. Really save time.
Go to iPod-tool.com and download the iPod to PC transfer software called Tansee iPod Transfer to help you backup all your iPod songs and videos.
The advantage lies in that it utilizes iPod's internal database to display your iPod's files instantly. That means, when you connect your iPod to PC, this program will automatically display all music/videos on your iPod. Once click "Copy" button, all files would be copied onto your selected folder on your PC.
- 1 decade ago
If you purchased all your music through i-tunes, then it will automatically load into your new computer when you download i-tunes and hook up your i-pod. If not, then the only way i know of is to purchase a computer program that will allow you to reverse the i-pod into i-tunes. There are several good ones out there.