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#70802 31-Oct-2010 11:13
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I've restored my iPod three times so far to try get rid of this message. It was just updated to ios 4.1 and it will sync music if I drag them over manually but it wont sync my photo's at all




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  #398004 31-Oct-2010 11:22
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Running the latest iTunes?

I've had different problems, namely videos taken on my phone are being shown as photos in the usage bar.




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  #398005 31-Oct-2010 11:23
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Yeh its the latest iTunes aswell




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  #398011 31-Oct-2010 11:41
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Time for a trouble ticket to apple... I need to get around to doing one myself. But lazy on the weekends :-)




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  #398015 31-Oct-2010 11:46
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is there a limit for how many photo's can be synced at once? It gets to 1272 of 1909 photos and the error pops up and none of the "synced" photos show up on my iPod but that usage meter on the bottom of iTunes says its got half a GB of photo's on there still. :/




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  #398026 31-Oct-2010 12:08
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Lol I tried calling apple and completely forgot its a Sunday, so I made a case on their website and will try call tomorrow.




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  #398054 31-Oct-2010 13:41
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Hey,

Try this:

My solution was -

1) Close iTunes

2) Rename C:\Documents and Settings\YOURNAMEHERE\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes

3) Rename C:\Documents and Settings\YOURNAMEHERE\Local Settings\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes

4) Open iTunes

Worked on 2 other -50 errors I have seen...

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  #398064 31-Oct-2010 13:57
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Did you try a reboot of your computer?
I had that or a similar error the other day and almost had a heart attack before I remembered the old "try a restart". Guess I was in panic mode, lol.

 
 
 
 




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  #398066 31-Oct-2010 13:59
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Yeh I rebooted the computer many times and nothings changed. I managed to get my pictures over but selecting a few folders at once and hitting sync, it seems to be only able to handle a few hundred in one go :/




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  #398078 31-Oct-2010 14:13
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Also, are you running it directly out of a usb port or using a hub? Try directly into a usb port.



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  #398081 31-Oct-2010 14:15
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Yeh its running directly into a USB port. I dont even own a USB hub. I've tried different iPod cables all the USB ports on my laptop. Nothing changed




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  #398089 31-Oct-2010 14:34
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A reinstall of itunes might work. Could be the Apple Mobile usb driver is screwed up. Happens sometimes. On one occasion I just reinstalled the driver after downloading it but itunes also reinstalls it so most people just do a reinstall of itunes.

Also as I recall Apple's site has a list of error codes and suggestions for fixes, might do to pay their web site a visit to check that out.

http://www.apple.com/support/




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  #398167 31-Oct-2010 19:05
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JayADee: A reinstall of itunes might work. Could be the Apple Mobile usb driver is screwed up. Happens sometimes. On one occasion I just reinstalled the driver after downloading it but itunes also reinstalls it so most people just do a reinstall of itunes.

Also as I recall Apple's site has a list of error codes and suggestions for fixes, might do to pay their web site a visit to check that out.

http://www.apple.com/support/



Yeh I'll try a reinstall tomorrow then, wanna make sure it saved my current library right. I looked on apples support site about this too and the only thing i could find was regarding windows xp.  




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  #398207 31-Oct-2010 20:31
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My fix works on XP & win7...

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  #398572 1-Nov-2010 15:10
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Reinstall iTunes. Failing that restore your iPhone but this time do it from DFU mode.

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