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I am running iTunes 10 on my PC. All of my music files play

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I am running iTunes 10 on my PC. All of my music files play fine. When I sync my music to my iPad and my iPhone, the MPEG files will not play, although the titls show on them. What can I do to get the music to play on th eiPad and iPhone?
Hello, my name is Dan.
I will do my best to help you, the only stupid question is the unasked one.

The iPad likes AAC file type, mpg is a no longer supported file type.
iTunes will do the conversion for you.
WIth iTunes open select Advanced, then Create AAC version. This will play on the iPad, you can also select all or several or pick and choose.
It can be done as a bock as opposed to individual.

Does that help? You can also look in the Help for iTunes for more detail.
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