2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 22, 2010 9:35 PM by wish there was something else
mel0 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
I upgraded to iTunes 10 now my library won't sync! It syncs a few hundred songs (I have thousands) and then stops with the error "The iPod "blah" cannot be synced. A duplicate file name was specified."
I've changed the usb port, restored the iPod, "Repaired" iTunes in Control Panel, Formatted the disc in Windows - done EVERYTHING every forum has suggested. And the error STILL occurs. It seems many people are having this same problem. Please APPLE help out here.

iPod Classic, Windows Vista
  • mel0 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Well thanks for no help thus far, Apple. I ran diagnostics and it just says ERROR. I've looked this up and it says the iPod is dead, basically. Great. Guess I'll see if I can send it in for a credit or replacement or something.
  • wish there was something else Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    The same thing happened to me. I also kept having all these error messages pop up. I put in a fix for one of them. Now my i pod will sync even though that message keeps popping up. Every time it pops up I have to press ok for the sync to continue. It is annoying. I would like to know how to make the message stop. It only started with this i tunes 10. I also lost a lot of music out of i tunes and am having to add folders 5 or 6 times to make i tunes take it. I still have more music that will not sync. At this point I am just happy to have gotten the 8000 songs on it that are there. This has been one endless headache. I also deleted my library and re-added it from another suggestion from another threat suggesting corrupted music files might be causing the problem. When I run a sync diagnostic in i tunes it says there is no ipod. When I run a connection diagnosis it does say the i pod is there.

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