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  • Cleto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I downloaded the new version today, restored my iPod Classic and set it up to sync my entire library (22k+ songs) at 192 kbps.


    So far so good. Whereas it previously just hung at the 4th song, it's now up to 65 and counting.


    Really holding thumbs that this new iTunes version sorted the bug,


  • Rick Sarum Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Sounds promising.


    I'd appreciate feedback from anyone who's been brave enough to upgrade to 11.02 on a Windows 7 64-bit machine and had success in converting to 128 kbps on their iPod Classic.


    Do the release notes for this version say anything about fixing the bug?


    I'd rather not be the guines pig this time.


    Oh - and did we get Coverflow back?





  • Cleto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Can't comment on the Windows 7 question but can say that I don't see coverlflow included


    1680 songs copied in the last 45 mins and still processing fine, so  it looks like the syncing bug has been fixed.




  • bafflermeal Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    iTunes 11.2 fixed the problem for me, syncing a large library using 256kb conversion to an ipod classic.  Thanks Apples, keep up the average work!

  • Cleto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    It was looking good, but not to be...


    The sync froze at 7221 songs and iTunes stopped responding. Left it for another 5 hours. Have had to force iTunes to close and restore the iPod.


    Back to square 1. Maybe I also have an issue with the device.


    Good luck to the others,


  • StormingNorman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    The new version works for me with Win8 64-bit on both an iPod Classic 80GB and an iPod Video 80GB, both converting to 128kbps.


    Strangely, whilst the Classic synced normally (i.e.just the tracks added since the last successful sync a few weeks ago), the older Video performed a complete resync, which took overnight to complete.


    Anyway, all seems good again...

  • Cleto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Okay, second attempt now after restoring the iPod. Strangely, this time we're making progress. Not done yet but up to 14000 songs of my library (which has 22080 songs).


    Here's hoping.

  • Cleto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Very happy to report that my second attempt has worked!


    10-some hours later and all 22000 songs synced at the 192kbps setting!



  • Rick Sarum Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Good to hear.


    I'm still building up courage to try it, especially since I've got my iPod full with 120GB of music at 128kbps via iTunes 10 and don't want to lose it all again!

  • terrillfromwa Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Downloaded the iTunes update 11.0.2 today, then synched my iPod with settng to convert higher bit-rate songs to 256. The sync was succussful. Thank you Apple!

  • nielsgovaert Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    het kopieren naar de schijf is mislukt er heeft zich een onbekende fout voorgedaan -1401



    copying to disc failed there has been an unknown error -1401

  • Robert417 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Just wanted to thank you on the advice and directions on reverting to iTunes 10.7.  This week's release on iTunes 11 messed up my library of over 28,000 songs and I couldn't sync from the iPod either.  I spent hours last night rebuilding the library with the thought of many more hours to spend on it today.  Then I came across your recommendation in this thread.  I was up and running in relatively no time.  I think I'm just going to stick with 10.7 from now on.  I only use this installation for my 2 iPod Classics so there's really no compelling reason to upgrade.  Plus, the UI is better in 10.7.  Thanks again for the advice!

  • Rick Sarum Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks for posting that Robert. I'd been toying with giving the new version a try but after all the problems I had with the initial iTunes 11 I think I'll stick with 10.7 until I feel completely confident that Apple know what they're doing.


    I suspect it could be a long time.

  • darthimmortal Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have had this problem for a couple of months now but when I upgraded to itunes version 11.0.2, I was beginning it was something other than iTunes.  I bought a new USB cable and now everything works perfectly.  I have the iPod classic 160gb which I purchased back in 2008 and my PC is running Windows Vista (32bit). My iPod contains 38gb of MP3's ripped with a bitrate of 320 or 192 (mostly 320).  I do NOT use the iPod for storage only for listening to music.  There is nothing wrong with iTunes, because I just synced version 11.0.2 with the new USB cable. I hope this helps somebody else solve their issues becuase I was pretty bummed out not being able to synch for the past two months.

  • Zelidar Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I've also had problems related to USB cables in the past but in this particular case (mine) I tried a number of cables (Apple branded, no name, short, long) but nothing helped with that newer iTunes v11 version synchronization bug.


    On the other hand with v10.7 none of the cables I was using gave me a problem. Likewise Rick Sarum, I've lost too many hours to risk another upgrade without some serious garanty that it will work.


    I don't undertand why (as far as I know) no Apple representatives has taken position on this issue yet.

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