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My hard drive was getting full (mainly music files), so I bought an external hard drive. Icopied all the music files on to the external HD, and then deleted the originals from my laptop HD to free up disk space. I have started itunes and tried to upload a file. It won't work because the original library has gone and if I let it sync with the new HD, it will erase anything already on the ipod.

 

Is there a way around this, because I don't want to lose what I have put on over the last year or so.

 

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If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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Just copied them from the external and put them back. Same result I'm afraid. If there is nothing that can be done, then I am really surprised that itunes is so popular.:|

 

 

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When you add files to the Itunes library, it is just essentially a list of music. Every song entry is linked to where the music is originally stored so by you copying to an external HD and then deleting the originals, itunes is looking in that original directory and seeing that there's nothing there.

You just need to clear the itunes library, connect your external HD and then add the music from the external HD to the itunes library, this will mean that when you next plug the ipod in it'll delete all the songs on it and then re-add them. You won't actually lose any music, it just needs to re-add them as the location of the files have changed.

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