4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 18, 2006 11:58 PM by pac_80
itunes cant read contents!!!! Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
First off, I've only had my Ipod for a little over a month. But all of a sudden...UH OH...I tried to listen to music on it, but it was skipping to the next song, and continuously doing that over and over so not one second of music could be played. My photos didn't show up either. Then I reset it and plugged it into my computer to find that Itunes couldnt "read to contents of my ipod". It told me to do the ipod updater. I did. That didn't work.

PLEASE HELP! Music is my passion. I listen to my Ipod 24/7. IM LOST WITHOUT IT!

Ipod Nano   Windows 2000   2 GB Nano
  • pac_80 Level 6 Level 6 (10,100 points)
    Well when iPOd starts skipping and all, and the music doesn't skip on iTUnes, then you need to run iPod updater and restore the iPod.

    It told me to do the ipod updater. I did. That didn't work

    What do you mean it didn't work? DId it restore the ipod and now you can't load songs on it or did the ipod updater not detect and restore the iPOd? If you get any error messages we need to know what they are word for word with error codes.
  • itunes cant read contents!!!! Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    actually, after i opened the ipod updater it said that i already have the file and that it could not be continued. I already have the most recent itunes and ipod updater as the pop up said.

    I LOVE YOU to whoever is helping. honestly. i do.
  • itunes cant read contents!!!! Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    YES YES YES! i got my ipod up and running! all i did was search my computer for the ipod updater i downloaded and opened it up again. By doing this...my ipod was set to factory settings (FINALY) and can play songs and shows up on iTunes!

    i dont know why it wasn't working earlier.

    THANKS!
  • pac_80 Level 6 Level 6 (10,100 points)
    Its been awhile since I been on windows 2000 but in XP atleast the iPod updater will be found in start button>All Programs>iPod. you will see the latest listed first (03-23-2006) then a listing saying "Previous updaters" which will contain the updater that came with your iPOd when you first bought it and all other updaters you have downloaded

    Id recommend keeping the iPOds software up to date with the latest updater. Your nano should have software version 1.1.1 You can find out what version of software it has by going to settings>about on the nano