Currently Being ModeratedNov 24, 2012 8:39 AM (in response to iBK2012)
It sounds like it's actual an issue with the files themselves. They maybe corrupted or missing essential pieces of data that would make them "healthy" files such as headers. Run your MP3s through MP3 Validator to check for corruption.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 24, 2012 9:08 AM (in response to planb77)
There are no corruption. Why does the music MP3s worked on my sony and cowon players and a few of my friends' classic 160gb ipod but not my nano 6th gen and my new ipod 160gb classic? The 5 of us bought the classic within the span of a week in the same Apple store, 3 worked, 2 didnt and after I exchange mine, it still didn't work. Could the corruption be unable to be detected by MP3 validator?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 24, 2012 9:13 AM (in response to iBK2012)
Possibly, but I doubt it. Is it only a few tracks in particular that are given you problems? Did you scan your entire MP3 library or only certain ones?
If nothing else, why not just convert them to another file format and then sync that version over to the iPod.
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