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  1. #1 How to transfer iPhone music to iTunes after reinstall Windows 7 
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    How to transfer iPhone music to iTunes after reinstall Windows 7


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    Sorry, but I'm not sure if this section of the forum, let alone this entire forum, is the place to ask those kinds of questions. Try a mac forum or Apple Communities? :/

    None-the-less, if you have iTunes on W7 installed, syncing your iPhone to iTunes should prompt whether you want to transfer any content from the iPhone to the library. Just click yes, and it should transfer... telling from my experience


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    Try following steps and test one at a time:1. Restart computer, right mouse click iTunes icon and select "Run As Administrator"2. If that does not work, check to see if this file APSDaemon.exe is the problem here.Close your iTunes.Press Ctrl-Alt-Del key and choose Task Manager. In the "Processes" Tab, select the file APSDaemon.exe and click End Prosses button, then close the task manager window.Now open itunes and see if it is working?If that works, to prevent having to do the same process everytime you restart Windows, go to. START button, type inMSCONFIGHit ENTERClick STARTUP Tab, Uncheck "Apple Push", click OK.Restart Windows.3. If that fails or you don't see ApsDaemon.exe in the Processes, refer to following article to remove SC files:4. If that fails, repair or reinstall your Quicktime. START / CONTROL PANEL / PROGRAMS N FEATURES / hightlight QUICKTIME and click REPAIR.
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    Open iTunes on the pc. Plug iphone in. Click on your device in the column on the left. Check 'back up to this computer'. Enjoy.

    Next click on icloud and sync you backups there.

    Lastly, you can always transfer your songs to a cloud service like sugarsync, dropbox or gdrive, assuming you have less than 5gb of songs. Then you can access your songs anywhere, on any device, at any time.

    More Tips:
    How to transfer music/songs from iPhone to Computer
    How to transfer music from iPhone to iTunes on Mac
    Last edited by liliyterry; October 26th, 2012 at 08:45 AM.
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