How to Copy Music from iPod to the Computer?

How to Copy Music from iPod to the Computer?

Many methods of copy music from your iPod to the computer involve programs such as PodUtil. This method is simple and there are no outside programs to use.

See Step-to-Step Guide:

1. Plug your iPod in and wait for the computer to recognize it.

2. Open up ‘My Computer’ and under ‘Devices With Removable Storage’, double click and open apple iPod.

3. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of the window and drag down to ‘Folder Options’.

4. Under the ‘View’ tab, find the subfolder called ‘Hidden files and folders’.

5. Select the option ‘Show hidden files and folders’.

6. Click ‘OK’.

7. Double click on the newly shown ‘iPod_Control’ folder and open up the folder called ‘Music’. These folders are named randomly and your music is impossible to find individually.

8. Select all the folders and copy them to a new folder on your hard drive. You are now done with your iPod. Eject it if you wish.

9. Open up iTunes. In the new folder you created, open up each individual folder labeled ‘F##’ select all the music files in the folder and drag them into your library in iTunes. iTunes will already have the tags stored for these songs so renaming them should not be an issue.

10. Alternatively, Press F3 to enter search, and enter “*.mp3” (no quotes) to find all the MP3 files at once, then press CTRL+A to select all the found files then copy them to a folder on your computer. This way all the music files are in the same folder which makes it far more simple to import them into iTunes. (If any of your files are in MPEG4 format, you can search for “*.m*” to generate a list of all your songs.) (see Warning below)

search engine optimization (seo) for beginners

search engine optimization (seo) for beginners

You’ve finished your web design, uploaded your files, and set up your blog, but you’re still not getting as many visitors as you hoped for. What gives? Chances are you haven’t started working on one of the most important ways to market your site, Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

what seo is

Search Engine Optimization refers to the collection of techniques and practices that allow a site to get more traffic from search engines (Google, Yahoo, Microsoft). SEO can be divided into two main areas: off-page SEO (work that takes place separate from the website) and on-page SEO (website changes to make your website rank better). This tutorial will cover both areas in detail! Remember, a website is not fully optimized for search engines unless it employs both on and off-page SEO.

what seo is not

SEO is not purchasing the number #1 sponsored link through Google Adwords and proclaiming that you have a #1 ranking on Google. Purchasing paid placements on search engines is a type of Search Engine Marketing (SEM), and is not covered in this tutorial.

SEO is not ranking #1 for your company’s name. If you’re reading this tutorial, you probably already know that ranking for popular terms is darn near impossible, but specific terms, such as a company name, is a freebie. The search engines usually are smart enough to award you that rank by default (unless you are being penalized).

who uses seo

If a website is currently ranked #10 on Google for the search phrase, “how to make egg rolls,” but wants to rise to #1, this websites needs to consider SEO. Because search engines have become more and more popular on the web, nearly anyone trying to get seen on the web can benefit from a little SEO loving.

How to Fix d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 Error

What is d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958?

d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 is a Windows 32 application that may lead to system malfunction if your computer is infected with d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 or missing the necessary components of d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958.

How to Fix d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 Error

d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 error can be fixed either by re-installing the associated program and then reboost your computer. You can also simply copy the same d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 file from another same operating system and replace the missing/broken file. However, due to the nature of your computer environments, the d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 related Registry entries may have been invalid/broken or even infected by malware or virus, leaving the d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 error messages unresolved. Please follow the instructions below to fix d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 error and remove the infections with the tools provided below.

 

 

To fix d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 Windows error you need to follow the steps below:

 

Extra Info: How to Report d0c8bfdf-ae2d-416c-9958 Problems and Find Solutions in Windows 7

Often an early indication that something is amiss is an error message informing you that an application is “not responding”—as if you hadn’t figured that out already. But this can be taken as a positive sign, because it means that Windows Error Reporting is going into action. Windows Error Reporting is a feature that can report problem information to Microsoft. (In fact, although the service and programs that enable the feature are called Windows Error Reporting, the term you’re more likely to see in Windows is problem reporting.) Microsoft makes this information available to the developers of the program that caused the error (whether it’s from Microsoft or from another vendor), allowing them to see which errors occur most frequently and, ultimately, to develop fixes for the problems.

Windows Error Reporting has been streamlined and improved in the most recent versions of Windows. In Windows XP, the system was essentially manual; when an error occurred, you were invited to send a report to Microsoft. Following up an error report to see if a solution had become available was a cumbersome, discouraging process.

In addition to the improvements in Windows Error Reporting, Windows offers application developers a set of application recovery and restart functions that allow them to respond more gracefully to hangs and crashes. An application written with these functions will probably respond to a crash by restarting and reopening the document you were working on. If you use Microsoft Office 2007 or later, you might already have seen these recovery and restart features in action. As time goes by, you can expect to see more and more programs that take advantage of these features.

Not all the problems you might encounter relate to calamitous events such as those that cause Windows Error Reporting to spring into action. To address a wide variety of other types of problems, big and small, Windows 7 includes a library of troubleshooting wizards. You can see a list of them by opening Action Center and clicking Troubleshooting.

 

 

Office 2010 KMS activation Error: 0xC004F074

Run following Exe:

C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform\OSPPREARM.exe

How to fix “Update server not available” error

“Update server not available”

In Google Chrome’s “About Google Chrome” box, you might see an error when trying to check for updates. Note the error message (or lack thereof) and click the corresponding link below to find out more:

Update server not available (error: 1)

Error 1 means that Google Chrome can’t be upgraded in its current directory.

First, check which version of Google Chrome you’re running by looking at the version number in the About Google Chrome box.

If the box lists “Google Chrome,” then the most likely reason for this failure is that the Google Chrome files have been moved out of their default installation location. This configuration isn’t supported for updates. Moving the files back to their original location should resolve this issue. If you haven’t moved the files, you may be able to resolve this issue by uninstalling and reinstalling Google Chrome.

If the box lists something other than “Google Chrome” (e.g. “Chromium”), then this error is expected. Only Google Chrome supports updating. You can download Google Chrome from http://www.google.com/chrome

Chromium is what you get if you download the source code and build the browser yourself, or copy a build from someone who built it from the source.

Update server not available (error: 3)

Error 3 is a failure to communicate with Google Update.

  • Check if you’re running Vista/ 7 and you have configured Google Chrome to always run as administrator.This is a known issue with the Google Chrome auto-updating mechanism and can be avoided by simply running Google Chrome as a normal user. Additionally, keep in mind that for security reasons we recommend that you don’t elevate the privilege of Google Chrome to administrator.
  • You can also try reinstalling Google Chrome and install through an alternate installer  .

Update server not available (error:4)

If you’re still experiencing Error 4, please post the details in our help forum.

Update server not available (error: 7)

Error 7 means the update was downloaded successfully, but it failed to install properly.

Try restarting your computer. Then check your Windows Task Manager and see if GoogleUpdate.exe or GoogleUpdateOnDemand.exe appears in the list of processes. If it does, try updating again through the browser again. If you’re still encountering problems, try reinstalling Google Chrome from http://www.google.com/chrome

If that still doesn’t fix the problem, help us investigate by reporting the problem .

Checking for update never completes

If you see the message “Checking for updates” and a little icon that spins forever, it means that Google Update was unable to communicate with Google Chrome. Make sure that you are using the latest version of Google Chrome, available at http://www.google.com/chrome

I don’t see any error/status message of any kind

If you open the About box and don’t see any status message at the bottom (such as “Checking for updates”), it means that on-demand updates are disabled.

Make sure that you are using the latest version of Google Chrome, available at http://www.google.com/chrome

If you’re using Vista, also make sure that you have one of the following:

  • Windows Vista SP1 (or higher) installed
  • User Account Control (UAC) enabled

How to fix the Update Failed error message when updating Firefox

 

Sometimes, the updater fails and displays an Update Failed error message. This article presents possible solutions and workarounds to get Firefox updated.

Manual update

One solution is to update Firefox by manually downloading and installing the new version over top of your current version. See Installing Firefox for details. If you are seeing this error even though you have installed the latest version of Firefox, see Updates reported when running newest version.

Check for updates after restarting the computer

It’s possible that another running program or a previous instance of Firefox that did not close properly is interfering with the Firefox update process. This error can also occur if you share your computer with other users, and another user’s account is still logged in with Firefox running. The easiest way to resolve such problems is to restart your computer. Once the computer starts up again:

  1. Start Firefox,
  2. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button, go over to the Helpmenu (on Windows XP, click on the Help menu).
  3. Select About Firefox. Firefox will begin checking for updates.

Close other running programs

Some programs that can interfere with Firefox are set to start up automatically when you start your computer. Before updating Firefox, try closing or disabling such programs; for example, Spybot TeaTimer and Logitech QuickCam software have been known to interfere with Firefox updates.

Run as Administrator

If you are using Windows 7 or Vista:

  1. Restart the computer so that no Firefox processes are active.
  2. Open the Windows Start Menu, type firefox and right-click on the “Mozilla Firefox” entry that appears.
  3. Select Run as Administrator and Continue if the User Account Control dialog comes up.

If the issue is not resolved, close Firefox and restart the computer again but this time, open the program folder where Firefox is installed (e.g., open the C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox folder or, on 64-bit windows, the C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox folder), right-click on the firefoxor firefox.exe file icon and select Run as Administrator.

Source – http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/update-failed-error-message-when-updating

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