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Topic # 7783 9-May-2006 20:24
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Hi,

I have just got an iPod nano and have a few questions, maybe someone can help me?

1) When I am in iTunes it says that I have 892,6 MB free (even though there is no music / pictures etc. on the iPod) is this normal?  Is there something on the iPod that I still need to delete / clear to have the 1GB space?

2) When the iPod is automatically updating and downloading the tunes in my selection why does it not already delete the song that I do not want on there?  Do I need to do this manually?

3) When converting a CD to iTunes sometimes it only downloads 38 seconds of the song, is there something wrong that I am doing?

I really appreciate anyone's help with this!






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  Reply # 35317 9-May-2006 20:59
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1 - it may have 1GB memory, but it needs to use some of that for file system formatting, and some for firmware etc,

This is normal









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  Reply # 35336 9-May-2006 22:38
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Thanks for your reply tonyhughes Smile

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  Reply # 35365 10-May-2006 08:19
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No problem!

I forgot to say welcome to Geekzone too.... how very rude of me.

I do beg your forgiveness on this matter... :-)









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  Reply # 35412 10-May-2006 19:30
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Haha, no problem at all...

I am glad to have found a forum with experts who know how to answer my questions Cool

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  Reply # 35419 10-May-2006 20:18
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welcome!! I have a nano too, it's caused me a lot of heartache, you get to be very good friends with this little webpage right here .... http://www.apple.com/support/ipod/

but once you get it right it's smooth sailing!
good luck :)


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  Reply # 35426 10-May-2006 21:22
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For number two, remember that the song still exists in 'Itunes' if you delete it off your custom playlists.

Make sure you remove the song from the Library afterwards (and say yes that you want to delete the file otherwise you'll get a bloated Itunes music directory). Once you remove it from your Library, it should be removed from your Ipod.

For 3 - have you tried another CD? I've similar problems with a several cds that got damaged.




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  Reply # 35435 10-May-2006 22:22
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Thank you all for your help!!!

GOt the link to the Apple support in my favourites now and will try your suggestions cokemaster Wink

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  Reply # 35441 10-May-2006 22:50

keira: Thank you all for your help!!!

GOt the link to the Apple support in my favourites now and will try your suggestions cokemaster Wink


miss louie this is for YOU:
See how you can react to posts trying to help you? Instead of making rude posts... This is my 2c.




I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.

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  Reply # 35594 12-May-2006 16:15
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Aloha:
keira: Thank you all for your help!!!

GOt the link to the Apple support in my favourites now and will try your suggestions cokemaster Wink


miss louie this is for YOU:
See how you can react to posts trying to help you? Instead of making rude posts... This is my 2c.


if it's for ME why didn't you pm it? Duh!!
my 2cCool

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  Reply # 35600 12-May-2006 16:33

Just simply wanted others to see as well...




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Reply # 35605 12-May-2006 16:39
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now now children.

lets play the on-topic game. who would like to start?







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