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    Transfering songs from the Ipod back to my hdd

    Can this be done? Having just lost the hdd with all my mp3's it'd be nice to be able to transfer them back quickly.
    Last edited by Knoxville; 28-03-2004 at 09:36 PM.

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    try enabling hidden files in windows, should be in a hidden folder on the drive

    think it strips out all the ID3 tags though

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    yeah it does, there's just a few folders full of numbered files

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    I think ephod or whatever its called lets you do that. Have a look round www.ipodlounge.com and www.ipoding.com for software that will let you

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    cheers headbrace, found just the right program after a little search round ipodloungue

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    yet another reason not to get the ipod? I guess I'll be getting an Iriver instead.

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    Swek, don't buy the iRiver, go for the Rio Kharma. Costs about £250, has a 14 Hour battery life, 20Gb HDD, wma, ogg, flac and mp3 compatible and a dock with an ethernet port so you can use it's Java front end to play music of it from any computer off a network. Stuff magazine (if anyone reads it!) gave it a win over the iPod and to me it looks like a quality piece of hardware.

    http://www.digitalnetworksna.com/sho...del=220&cat=35

    Pickers

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    I wonder if anyone has one in for review right this moment

    *cough*

    You missed pointing out gapless playback vs 1-second silence from the iPod

    And the full 5-band parametric equaliser

    edit: http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.p...053#post176053
    Last edited by directhex; 04-04-2004 at 01:01 PM.

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    u can do it with many software which can be downloaded from ipodlouge.com

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