How can you stop two libraries in iTunes?
NO you can not
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If you have the latest iTunes and use XP: hold the shift key down when starting up iTunes and you will be asked what library you want to use (or if you want to create a new on…e) :) I have one library with lossless files (classic) and one for my daughter's MP3 files (Nano) OR Two different profiles! Alternate answer: I followed these exact directions and it didn't work. I was asked whether I wanted to replace my ipod's files with the new library contents (which didn't exist yet), or to place my ipod's files into my new library. I chose the second and nothing happened at all. The process simply stopped and nothing happened. Way to go Apple, way to go.
Answer . \nWell it depends on if you have like tow users on the computer like you log onto yours but there is also one for a guest to use i can tell you that you cant put …two itune libraries on one computer without it sayin that you need to transf songs that are under a diffrenet name so i hope that helps you!\nBrittyboo
To get an iTunes library, you need to first have iTunes which can be downloaded off of the Apple site. The next step is getting music. If you download from Apple iTunes online… library, it is .99 cents a song, and is automatically put in your library. If you put a CD into the computer, iTunes gives you the alternative to import those songs into iTunes. To get to an itunes library, you have to have an ipod and hook it up and it will pop up. There is no use for an itunes library if you don't have an ipod. itunes is like windows media player for the ipod. you can use it for music and to sync to your ipod. Hope this helped! :)
Yes, you sure can! . \nYes, it has to be on the same computer though. Just hook up one ipod at a time to the cable leading to your hard-drive. Then go to the library and sy…nc.
use winamp to sync your ipod, itunes is good for one thing and one thing only, draining your wallet.
Regularly make a backup of your iPod. If all the iTunes library information is gone, you won't be able to sync your iPod, but if you keep a backup of your iPod music, you just… need to retrieve the backup and then you have all your music back. To discover some applications that can do this, take a look to the links section.
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1329?viewlocale=en_US disable auto sync that should do it
First, click on music. Then go to playlists. Your songs will be listed there. .
\nYes you can. You cannot be logged in to both simultaneously. You will have to sign in and out of each one as you switch.
The iTunes library is where iTunes stores your music. You can put music in the library from music on your computer or from your CDs. You only need to set up an iTunes acco…unt if you wish to purchase items from the iTunes store.
An iTunes library is all the music an your computer, and on you iPod is stored. Just like a library of books, a library of songs, movies, and pictures.
just plug it in like any other ipod or like our old one it will automatically register
I had this problem too. I had two different iTunes libraries on two of my computers, and I wanted all my iTunes music to be on one computer. First I used iTunes to load up …my iPod with music from my first computer. Then I used an application to copy music from my iPod to my second computer, which effectively merged my iTunes libraries. Then I used iTunes on my second computer to re-sync my iPod, which put my merged music library onto my iPod.
In Mac OS
Holding down the Alt/Option key while you launch iTunes will give you a window offering the option to use an existing library or create a new one.
In Mac OS
you just click the music category on the left sidebar.