What do u mean that the poster deleted it themself? Is there a way to set your ipod so that it syncs only one way from pc to ipod and not have any changes made on the ipod cause changes to affect yr pc?Kristiano said:First of all, the iPod did not delete your music. You deleted it yourself when you set to auto-sync.
And the answer is no. Your music is gone.
Well, I can only assume that your iTunes library must have been deleted or corrupted, or you were logged onto your computer as a different user.sting2kx said:well wtf is the PC doing re-registering my iPod again
this is great fodder for a class action lawsuit. apple cannot erase music it doesn't own and that was legally purchased and copied to a hard-drive. but that is what is happening. I had stored hundreds of my cds and ipod erased them. i back up my hard entire c drive daily and keep a seven day running total but didn't catch the music problem in time to salvage my music.When i connected my iPod to my PC like many times i did before, it just like re-registered my ipod and deleted all my music and auto-synced it. is there anyway to get my music back?