Restore songs from corrupt iTunes library on MacBook Pro

Nowadays, collecting music in iTunes has become a thoroughly mainstream and entirely legal issue. The iTunes Music store is an internet based record store whose interface is built right into iTunes. Now there is no need to buy a physical CD of your favorite artist’s album at all!!! You just need to click a button and legally acquired music is downloaded directly into your iTunes library for you to play with a click of the mouse. ITunes can also import music from your favorite CD’ s and can play back individual digital music files that come from any source. You can even use iTunes to listen to Internet Radio. Internet Radio is a network of streams of audio data to which you can listen at any time by simply specifying the web address of a preferred channel.

iTunes allow you to share music with other people or it gives you the option to take your music with you wherever you go. Thereby, the iTunes digital music system provides the expandability and flexibility that you can crave as a music enthusiast. ITunes software figure out what items are in your iTunes library comparable to the iPod library. If it discovers songs, podcasts and video in your iTunes library that are missing from your iPod, the items that are not present in iPod gets automatically transferred to the iPod. Conversely, if the iPod contains stuff that is no longer in iTunes, the iPod automatically removes those files from its iTunes library when you connect it to the computer. You can change your settings so that iTunes auto syncs only selected playlists. Or if you are really nervous then you can manually sync your iPod with iTunes. When connecting to the computer other than your own then you should be careful because, you might wipe out your iPod’s library due to auto sync. Other than this problem, there are some other situations due to which your iTunes library may get corrupted resulting in loss of valuable data. For knowing the reasons & solutions of iTunes data loss on your Mac OS visit http://www.itunesrecoverysoftware.com/mac.html

Generally, if your hard drive is feeling a bit overcrowded and the biggest culprit is the essential media used by iTunes then you want to move it to another storage device preferably external hard drives. Assume that you were using a MacBook Pro with 120GB hard drive. But, after installing 40GB of the entire final Cut Studio suite various software and other huge projects, you were not having free storage capacity to store your 35GB iTunes library. In such case, you have simply tried to transfer that 35GB iTunes library to your external hard drive. During the process, suddenly the system gets turned off due to fluctuation in voltages. After some time when your system gets power, you tried to open the iTunes library. But, you fail to open it and access the songs and other data from your iTunes library resulting in loss of media files.

No need to worry at all!!! You can easily recover media files lost from the iTunes library by using the iTunes Recovery Software. This software can easily restore each and every different type of media files from iTunes. If you have accidentally deleted or lost songs from iTunes library then also you can use this software. It can easily restore deleted music from iTunes and also restore the muisc files that have lost from iTunes due to any reasons. This software can also recover songs that have been accidentally deleted or lost from iPod's iTunes library. It supports different popular models of iPods i.e. iPod Classic, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. This software not only has the ability to recover songs from iTunes library, it can also recover number of iTunes Playlist that contains valuable songs. For instance, if you have lost songs after upgrading iTunes to its latest version then you can use this software to undelete playlist lost after iTunes upgrade

iTunes may also get corrupted due to various reasons like virus attack, iTunes library.xml file corruption, power failures, abrupt system shutdown, improper upgrade etc. In such case also you can use this software that helps you to retrieve iTunes songs after corruption with utmost ease. This software also supports iTunes data recovery on Windows along with Mac. Additionally, it can also recover iTunes songs on MacBook Air, Mac Mini, iMac including MacBook Pro.

When some of the music files that are present in the system are deleted then they are found in Trash folder. Unknowingly the user may empty the Trash folder thereby all the music files that were stored in the Trash folder get erased. Need not worry!!! You can get them back with the help of iTunes recovery tool. Go to http://www.itunesrecoverysoftware.com/restore-music-from-trash.html to get details about the recovery procedure of all the media files.

Formatting of hard drive partitions may occur due to human errors as well as several other causes. In certain situations, iTunes library files are also affected by this formatting. If you have lost your iTunes library files due to formatting, you can rely on this tool to recover iTunes library after format of hard drive partitions in an effortless way.

Recover data from iTunes library on MacBook Pro only in 3 steps

Step 1: Download and launch iTunes Recovery Software on your MacBook Pro. Once the software is launched, select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen and then select “Recover Lost Photos” option from the next screen.

Recover iTunes library on MacBook Pro - Main Screen

Figure A. Main Screen

Step 2: Now, select the hard drive where the iTunes library is located and then click on “Next” option to proceed.

Recover iTunes library on MacBook Pro - Select Drive

Figure B. Select Drive

Step 3: Once the recovery process gets completed, view the recovered songs and other media files using “Preview” option.

Recover iTunes library on MacBook Pro - View Files

Figure C. File Type View

Useful Tips to avoid loss of music files

  • Avoid using "Auto Sync" option as it may wipe out your entire iPod's library after automatic synchronisation
  • Take backup of valuable songs
  • Avoid power failures while transferring iTunes to any external storage device by using UPS

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