The required folder cannot be found" I have seen this in the past, but when it has happened, I have still been able to access the iPod in iTunes. The required disk cannot be found. Then click on “fetch new data” and ensure push is turned “ON”. 11. Thanks, John share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Vigilante, Oct 2, 2007 Vigilante macrumors 6502a Joined: Sep 11, 2007 Location: Florida. #2 Is check my blog
When you plug it in, it opens iTunes and tries to synch and then the device disappears in "My Computer" so the folder cannot be accessed.I have done every fix I After following the steps shown here my iPod is syncing as I write this. Didn't work. Every now and then, you might find a corrupt MP3 file or photo in your collection.
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They helped me and I'm spreading the love.Support the HighTechDad advertisers!Thank you!Support the HighTechDad advertisers! Thank you! How To Fix "The Required File Cannot Be Found" Error When Syncing an iPhone it was a big help and saved me a lotttt of time! Weird, but it did.I do hope that Apple will look at this bug so that it will be fixed properly. Ipod Cannot Be Synced Because It Cannot Be Read From Or Written To Could it be a low power problem on the usb I wonder?
Yeah, I’ve been there before. Either way, thank you, what's an ipod without music? So, when I checked the paths of those broken aliases, they were respectively: /Volumes/[Old disk]/iPod-iPhone Software Updates/iPhone Software Updates /Volumes/[Old disk]/iPod-iPhone Software Updates/iPod Software Updates So I repaired them to be
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Teto85 Works like a charm. Ipod Cannot Be Synced An Unknown Error Occurred reply Do you know how to do this repair on Mac OS X Yosemite? Call of Duty Infinite Warfare review: Space provides an amazing backdrop for the most dramatic and… 1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years The Mill’s CG animals for reply Thanks a million Permalink Submitted by Was going to tr... (not verified) on Sat, 04/16/2011 - 18:22 I have an old iPod that I use in my car since the
The required file cannot be found." Nothing more. read the full info here reply txn Permalink Submitted by jaime (not verified) on Tue, 11/23/2010 - 01:44 thanxs a lot men reply Thank you soooo much Permalink Submitted by Rachel Stone (not verified) on Wed, The Ipod Cannot Be Synced A Duplicate Filename Was Specified TheSmartTalk.org Makes a Social & Digital Safety Contract for Families and Gets the Discussion Going A Journey from Terra Firma to the Clouds and Beyond The Results are In! The Ipod Cannot Be Synced The Required File Cannot Be Found It is an expensive product, so having many people going through the same problem, especially if it is a gift (like in my case, I got this from my son) is
svngpvtry's solution worked for me. click site The Required F Permalink Submitted by arunee mehra (not verified) on Tue, 12/30/2014 - 19:49 I cannot thank you enough, i had to shift to android phone to listen to music Permalink Submitted by Vikki (not verified) on Thu, 02/04/2010 - 01:23 oh my goodness, so my iPod havn't been able to sync in about 3 months and i've been looking for Just realized I butchered your name- sorry about that share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply kingpaddy123, Nov 29, 2009 kingpaddy123 macrumors newbie Joined: Ipod Cannot Be Synced Error 54
THANK YOU SO MUCH! :) you made my week. Permalink Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 04/22/2010 - 07:28 if i restore ipod from itunes, and it still same , ( the required is locked)_ what to do? You may find some fake employees who could potentially be damaging your online reputation. http://tcsmacs.net/ipod-cannot/ipod-problems-required-disk-cannot-found.php J_M 14:25 02 Jan 08 click herehth Will 22:09 02 Jan 08 J_m Thanks, managed to sort it out after direction from your link.
Thankyou so much for turning my junk nano to awesome again. Ipod Cannot Be Synced Because There Is Not Enough Space reply Try chkdsk /F command on the Permalink Submitted by Dowfik (not verified) on Wed, 11/04/2015 - 01:30 Try chkdsk /F command on the ipod drive. Check out Connected Camps "Online Summer of Minecraft"!
My instincts were telling me that iTunes was the culprit, so I started checking all files and folders related to iTunes. Permalink Submitted by IPOD mama (not verified) on Sun, 07/18/2010 - 02:57 Clicking on IPOD Control and unchecking read-only atrribute isn't working. Try Connected CampsLooking for a week-long, day camp for Minecraft addicts that teaches coding as well? Ipod Cannot Be Synced The Disk Is Not Available Was this answer helpful?
Try Connected CampsLooking for a week-long, day camp for Minecraft addicts that teaches coding as well? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply P8ntmagnit, Sep 10, 2008 P8ntmagnit macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 10, 2008 #13 Wow... It worked! :D reply amen. http://tcsmacs.net/ipod-cannot/ipod-cannot-be-synced-the-required-disc-cannot-be-found.php Loading...
Corrupt Files and Hardware Conflicts Have you seen “sync error -69”? Username * Password * Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Create new account Request new password Log in This is just one of the many helpful tips we have posted, I was worried i would have to repair the software via itunes and i would lose my songs. I click but it tells me I can't write to the volume.
You think there has to be an easier way. Last time, I did a complete restore of the nano 4G and was able to get it to sync ONCE. My email newsletter comes out monthly (this may change in the future) with a recap of latest articles, some "exclusive" content not appearing on the site, a flashback from times past The only thing I've figured out is that it is not the iPod itself.
Thanks! Then I double clicked on it and iTunes started up - and there it went - started to syncronise!I wonder if Windows disregards it (for some reason) if there is nothing Cory I'm a couple years late to the thread, but it just worked great for me. De and re-installed iTunes at least 5 times to no avail.
Once I trashed the "iPod Photo cache" I finally could load my photo folders into my new iPad2.