A very important role of iTunes is to act as an interface between the computer and an iPod. Often when we connect the two, errors appear on the screen. Most of these errors can be easily solved, but in doing so we tend to lose all the data stored in iTunes. This includes all the songs stored on it, as well as other things like videos, podcasts, playlists, etc. Unlike a common misconception, all of this data can be recovered using iPod recovery software.
A common example of this type of problem is when you connect to the system and iTunes freezes or crashes. Almost all iPod errors can be resolved by restoring iTunes. This step is not without its problems either. Often when you try to restore, you run into problems. As in the previous case, when you connect to the system to restore it, the following error message appears:
“An unknown error 1415 has occurred”
This problem usually arises when trying to restore / update an iPod using a version of iTunes that is not the current version. To resolve this problem, try the following steps:
– Reconnect to iTunes and then try to restore it again.
– Restart the computer and then try to restore again.
– Disable and enable disk usage and then restore it.
– Change the connection point (use a different USB port) and then try to restore it.
– Make sure the only USB connected to the computer.
– Update / Restore Windows USB Drive.
– Re-register.dll files on Windows.
Once you have been able to restore successfully, you can use an iPod recovery software to recover data. It is used to scan the hard drive and then recover the data that has been deleted or lost. This software can be downloaded from the Internet.