I did this on Windows Vista if you have XP it should also work.
First we need to download the softwares we need to get things done.
- Make sure that you don't have 2.0.* firmware on your iPod touch or iPhone as ml_ipod does not support it yet, if you do your out of luck.
- iTunes - You need iTunes for the iPod driver and nothing else, make sure to install this for it to work, for your Windows to detect your iPod touch properly.
- Winamp - download the latest Winamp media player
- ml_ipod - now we need to download the Winamp iPod plugin, I know that it said that Winamp already have it install, but base on my personal experience I had to install ml_ipod for Winamp to detect mu iPod touch.
Step 1 - Install Winamp and follow the onscreen instruction
Step 2 - Install ml_ipod and click yes when a screen popup asking you to confirm that you have 1.1.* firmware
Step 3 - Once installation is done connect your iPod touch to your computer
Step 4 - Run Winamp it will take a while as it initialize(?) the plugins, once its up go to media library - > devices you should see iPod under it and you will see all the list you have on your iPod.
Step 5 - Configure Winamp to transfer files from iPod to a specific directory oether wise it will just copy it over to "c:", which we don't want, click on edit -> preference, ipod -> download -> transfer directory once this is set, We are ready to copy it over to your hard disk, right click on iPod then select Transfer to Hard disk this will take a while depend on the how much content you have on your iPod it will download Audio and Video files to your Hard Disk.
Thats it, Enjoy!
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