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Old 06-30-2008, 09:44 AM   #1
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iPod/iTunes question

I've had my 30g iPod since they first came out, with no issues so far. My desktop crashed, so I recently downloaded iTunes onto my laptop.

Now, it seems like whenever I check only certain playlists of music to sync (to avoid my iPod being filled with my stepdaughter's playlists), my iPod will wipe out about 14g of content, and the only way I can get my music back on the iPod is to check 'sync all music'. Of course, being on dial-up, I then have to wait an hour or so for the content to re-load.

I keep all of my music and videos on my iPod, I'd just like to avoid scrolling through my stepdaughter's playlists. Any ideas on what's causing this?

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Old 06-30-2008, 10:06 AM   #2
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I personally would recommend setting up separate user accounts on Windows or OS X (whichever you're using), and thus keeping your two libraries that are separate altogether.

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