when you use another PC for this. The original PC is linked to the iPod. When you use iTunes on another PC and connect to an iPod originally used on another PC, this happens. When you get home, connect the iPod to the original PC and all will be well.
Yeah. I'm visiting family, and I fly home tomorrow, so I have enough stress from that right now. I have an iPod Touch, and all my music (minus 38 songs I'd purchased while on my iPod) was on my laptop, which I can not access until I am able to find a new power cord.
Anyway! I was wanting some new apps to pass the time, and I finally grew tired of being told I needed the software update. So, after logging into my iTunes account on my mother's computer, I bought the update, downloaded it onto my iPod, and all is good until I decide to check my music. The only music that remains is the 38 songs I'd bought on my iPod. So, you can imagine that at this point, I'm stressing that much more at the thought of almost 400 songs disapearing, right?
But, do I do to get my music back? On iTunes, it's showing that I still have all my music according tot he bar thing that shows how much space is left. And I check on my iPod, and it says that that space is taken up. So I turn my iPod off, turn it back on, and it still doesn't show any of my old music showing up.
So please, PLEASE help me. Id on't know what to do. Please answer ASAP.