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  • Double-click on either the Macintosh_Index.xml or Windows_Index.xml file, depending on the type of computer you are using.

Note: the import process may take some time depending on the number of albums and the speed of your computer. If you have recently added new music or updated the details of any of the albums on your Digital Music Server you may wish to wait for a few minutes before opening this file to ensure that it is up to date.

Once the iTunes Library source has been updated with the music from your Digital Music Server you can you can update your iPod as follows:

  • Connect your iPod in the normal way.

  • Click the Browse button in the top right-hand

corner of the iTunes window.

  • Drag any item from the Genre, Artist, Album lists

onto the iPod icon in the Source area. The transfer process will begin shortly afterwards. Updating the iTunes Library

If you have removed music from your Digital Music Server or edited the names of any items in the library you will need to update the iTunes Library to remove any broken links. To do this, you should first delete all the Digital Music Server albums from the iTunes library as follows:

  • Select the View Options item from the Edit menu.

  • Check the Grouping option, then click the OK button to confirm your changes.

  • In the iTunes Library click the new Grouping column heading. The tracks located on your Digital Music Server hard disk will be grouped together using the label <-XMUSICSERVER_NAME (e.g. <- S2000_000123).

  • Click on the first track in the list with this grouping label then, holding down the Shift key, click the last track.

  • Press the Delete key to remove these tracks from

the iTunes Library.

  • Click Yes to confirm your choice.

Repeat the import process described above to add back the Digital Music Server information.

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Transferring Music to your Portable Player using Windows Media Player

The XiVA Media Import plugin for Windows Media Player enables you to update the Media Library with the music collection on your Digital Music Server. Contact your local dealer or visit the web site listed in the Getting Help chapter for more details. Windows Media Player version 9 is required.

Once you have the XiVA Media Import plugin you can install it on your PC by double-clicking on the XiVA WMP Plugin Setup file and following the on-screen instructions.

The albums on your Digital Music Server can then be added as follows:

  • From the Tools menu highlight the Plugins option

and click XiVA Media Import.

Navigate the My Network Places area to locate the hard disk of your Digital Music Server.

Double-click on the Windows Index.xml option.

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Note: the import process may take some time depending on the number of albums and the speed of your computer. If you have recently added new music or updated the details of any of the albums on your Digital Music Server you may wish to wait for a few minutes before opening this file to ensure that it is up to date.

Once your Media Library has been updated with the music from your Digital Music Server you can update your portable player as follows:

  • Click the Copy to CD or Device option from the Media Player toolbar.

  • Select the Album, Artist, Genre or Playlist you wish to copy from the Items to Copy list.

  • Under Items on Device select your portable player.

  • Click the Copy button.

The transfer process will begin shortly afterwards.

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