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Possible Solution for CNet Podcasts and iTunes 7

by pdxvelo / September 15, 2006 9:40 AM PDT

This worked for me (WinXP on 4G 60GB iPod Photo)...

1. Select all CNET Podcasts and delete them from your podcast subscriptions in iTunes.

2. Go back to the Podcast Directory in the iTunes Store, and search CNet.

3. Add all the CNet Podcasts you like.

4. Subscribe to them.

5. Plug in iPod.

Hope this works and have a great weekend.

John

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(NT) (NT) yeah.. V suggested this on Wed's episode.
by udayan71 / September 15, 2006 9:47 AM PDT
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Possible Solution for CNet Podcasts and iTunes 7 -- No worky
by prostr8 / September 16, 2006 11:11 AM PDT

I've tried this solution and everything else I could think of including plugging in my iPod while standing on my head. None of this worked and I was forced to back out iTunes 7 and the firmware update 1.2.

I've reverted back to iTunes 6.0.5 and the iPod firmware version 1.1.2 and haven't had any trouble since then.

I like some of the features of both updates and am dissapointed that I can't use it yet. However, I'm comforted by the fact that this is such a widespread problem. Maybe Apple will get it together and fix their software. (is Bill Gates running Apple now?) Happy

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