Alrighty...after having my new iPhone for roughly three weeks the honeymoon is now over I think. Yesterday my main hard drive went south on me. Crash, burn, all that fun stuff. Luckily, I didn't lose anything important as I back up regularly and keep all my music, videos, etc on an external hard drive. One thing I did lose though was my iTunes Library. I know when you move an iTunes Library to another computer there is a correct way to do it as I've done it before with no problems. Sadly, because I was not able to do this I've run into a snag. When I connected my iPhone to my freshly reloaded computer today to delete a song off my phone I was told by iTunes that because my phone was synced with another iTunes, it must be wiped clean to be able to sync with this installation. I expected that I would just be able to add/delete files on my with no problem. I understand why Apple does this, but still, its a pain. Normally, I wouldn't mind just wiping it, but because I had just gotten everything set I'd rather not start over. So I ask: Is there a way that I can unlock my phone so I can add music/videos/apps to it again without erasing it? If not, is there a way I can pull all the files off my phone and put them back in place after I've wiped it to allow this version of iTunes to sync with my phone? Also, if I do wipe it because I can't save the files off the phone or unlock it, will I lose my contacts and settings or will it just affect the music/videos/apps? I ask because I will wipe my phone and re-add the media if I have to even though I would really rather not do it. One thing I can't just simply re-add is my contacts. If I lose those I will be really pissed as I have 129, many with multiple numbers and email addresses added to them. I guess in the future I'll have to make regular iTunes back ups as well.