#1
I just downloaded WMP 11, and I have an iPod with all my songs on it. I know there's a feature on WMP 11 that does it, but when I plug my iPod in it doesn't detect it. Is it cause one's by Microsoft and the other by Apple, and if I can work... can someone tell me how.

Thanks.
#2
Get a real mp3 player?


No, sorry, I don't know... I'll leave the thread now
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#6
itunes > mediaplayer

'nuff said
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#9
My iTunes is on the computer in the study, and I use the computer in my room. I have a Pentium 2 with a max of like 6gig memory... I have just over 200mb left in both hard drives, so I can't have iTunes on this computer. I already have Windows Media player, and I'm not gonna continue to plug my iPod in and listen like that, it drains the battery. I gtg now so I won't anwser for a bit.

thanks..
#10
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I have a Pentium 2 with a max of like 6gig memory


time for a new computer



EDIT : Damnit i broke the quote i suck
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#11
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I just downloaded WMP 11,



When you knew it would be hard to work you iPod with it?

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I have just over 200mb left in both hard drives, so I can't have iTunes on this computer.

Can you not just delete it?
#12
so why not get rid of media player and add in itunes? or clean out your hard drives im sure there might be some stuff you dont need. 6 gigs, man thats not alot at all. if i were you i would just get rid of media player.
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