2 Replies Latest reply: Jul 3, 2010 1:41 PM by Axel Foley
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I have a 2GB 2nd Generation iPod nano, which actually holds about 1.78GB of "stuff" on it. My iTunes library currently has about 1.74 GB of just songs in it and will not let me add any more. I need to be able to add a significant number of more audio files created. I have never backed-up my library, and have been unable to even burn a simple playlist to a CD, though it could have been because the CD was damaged. Also,I've had my iPod for more than four years, but have never registered it, and "manage" the library manually. Does anyone know how to increase the iTunes library capacity beyond the amount the iPod holds without having to buy a new iPod?

Windows Vista