884 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 9, 2012 9:00 AM by turingtest2
Currently Being ModeratedSep 9, 2012 9:00 AM (in response to jmac1998)
Please help! I permanently deleted quite a few songs from my itunes library on my PC. Here is what happened: I had a complete duplicate set of every song in my library. So, every single song was listed twice--one right after the other. I started going through and deleting the duplicates one by one, which was taking forever. So, I went online and found a program-- GIZMO trim--that finds and deletes duplicate songs for you so you don't have to delete them one by one. It seemed to work. Now my itunes library only had one of each song listed, so I emptied the trash of the 1000+ duplicates that were found and trashed thus permanently deleting the duplicates. Well, now when I went to my itunes library, there were little exclamation points next to every song and when you click on it, it said that it could not be located. I'm panicking now. I thought that I could sync my old ipod touch (which had most of my music on it) and that it would put all the songs on my touch back into my itunes. It did the exact opposite, so now my itouch is missing a bunch of songs. My iphone does still have all my music on it, but now I'm afraid to synch it because I'm afraid it will do the same thing it did to my itouch.
Please help. If you know how I can get the music from my iphone back into my itunes library on my computer I would be forever grateful.