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Ipod doesnt play some tunes help please!


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I have little issue with ipod classic i just realize my ipod doesnt play some tunes from itunes but the tunes work on itunes but it cant be play on ipod
Can you please help me with this issue thanx cheers mates
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Have you tried restoring your iPod in iTunes? Sounds like you may have some kind of data corruption on the iPod itself.

Just a guess, but that's where I'd start.

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The couple of times I've had stuff that wouldn't play, I just removed the offending files (in my case it's usually audio books instead of music) and then added them back. Usually only happens to 1 or 2 files.

If you have a bunch of them that won't play, I'd probably go the restore route suggested above.

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