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How to have iPod overwrite iTunes

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I've just made a big mistake. I had 50 or so podcasts from www.Aero-News.net in my iTunes library. Unfortunately last night I deleted the whole subscription series by deleting the title line. I clicked on "Restore" in the Recycle bin, but all that happened was I lost them all and none were reinstalled in iTunes.

 

I'm running iTunes in WIN XP on a Dell PC and I have a 160Mb iPod Classic. Is there any way to force the iPod to overwite my iTunes library instead of vice-versa? Otherwise, I will loose all my Aero-News.net podcasts when I do my next synchronization.

 

I've tried to re-subscribe but there are only 8 podcasts still available for downloading. All the rest are still archived on the web site and I can easily play them, but I want them back on my iPod.

 

Thanks.

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Win-dows? Nah, sorry mate, can't help you. If you were on a mac I'd say to use Senuti, but I'm not aware of any similar products for a PC (although I'm sure they exist, I've just not needed to touch them).

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You have three possible options...

 

http://www.ipodsoft.com/site/pmwiki.php?n=podplayer.Homepage

http://www.getsharepod.com/

http://www.escsoft.com/idump.php

 

...but given that I've never used them and know little about them you'll have to check whether they'll do the deed.

 

One other option is to restore your library from your most recent backup and play catch-up.

Edited by Harry_The_Bustard

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You have three possible options...

 

http://www.ipodsoft.com/site/pmwiki.php?n=podplayer.Homepage

http://www.getsharepod.com/

http://www.escsoft.com/idump.php

 

...but given that I've never used them and know little about them you'll have to check whether they'll do the deed.

 

One other option is to restore your library from your most recent backup and play catch-up.

 

Thanks for the links to these programs. I'll discuss this with my local independent Apple store where I just bought a new MacBook 2.0. I just hadn't switched over yet from the Dell.

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