Regardless which USB port I plug my store & go in it shows up in Internet explorer as my Ipod. When I first used it it was listed in internet explorer as " Store & go". How do I get it to correctly identify my "Store & go".
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Buy an SD card reader. Insert the SD card into the reader and plug the reader into a USB port on your computer. Plug the iPod into another USB port on your computer. Use iTunes or Windows Explorer to transfer the songs you want from the iPod to the SD card. When done, disconnect/eject the card reader from the computer, take the SD card out of the reader and take it to your car.
<p>People with a home theater to understand the importance of a
receiver. The receiver serves as the centerpiece of a home theater or audio
system and controls the various signals from a central location. With a
receiver, you can use certain parts of your system, some minor changes to
switch between different components. Connect an iPod to a receiver on your iPod
data on your home theater or audio system. <br />
<p>1. Green Plug the AV cable to the "Y" port of the
receiver, plug the blue "Pb" port of the receiver and plug in the red
"Pr" port of the receiver. <br />
<p>2. Insert the white audio jack in the "left audio"
red door and audio connectors for "right audio" port of the receiver.
<p>3. Connect the dock connector cable for iPod. Plug the USB
into the USB adapter. Connect the USB adapter into an electrical outlet to
power is to keep your iPod without draining the battery. <br />
<p>4. Disconnect the iPod and the receiver. Browse your iPod to
the media you want to see or hear through the receiver to select. You can watch
videos on the screen you have connected to the receiver and hear the sounds
through the speakers you have connected to the receiver. <br />
To charge the battery using your computer:
Connect iPod shuffle to a high-power USB port on your computer using the included
iPod shuffle Dock. The computer must be turned on and not in sleep mode (some
models of Macintosh can charge iPod shuffle while in sleep mode).
When the battery is charging, the status light on iPod shuffle is orange. When the
battery is fully charged, the status light turns green.
If you don't see the status light, iPod shuffle might not be connected to a high-power
USB port. Try another USB port on your computer.
To charge the battery using an iPod USB Power Adapter If you do not have then you have to buy the same from Apple Store)
1 Connect the AC plug adapter to the power adapter (they might already be connected).
2 Plug the USB connector of the iPod shuffle Dock into the power adapter.
3 Plug the power adapter into a working electrical outlet.
4 Put iPod shuffle in the dock.
You can disconnect and use iPod shuffle before it is fully charged.
I had the same problem. Went to the Apple store and the technician said that the IPOD battery ran down to low (battery level showed red) and the USB port on the computer was not strong enough to recharge it. He used a rechargeable adapter that pluged directly into the wall (adapter cost about $30) and recharged it enough for me to take it home and recharge it on my computer.He said to never let the battery level drop below 5% unless you are going to recharge it using the adapter that pluged into the wall. I bought an IPOD rechargeable travel kit from Target for $20 and used it to recharge my IPOD. My IPOD works fine now. The Technician also said at some point the battery will need to be replaced (in a year or two depends). Will cost about $59 to replace it (don't quote me on the timeframe or price of replacement, this may have been just for my IPOD but thought this would be useful info for someone.
go into the system restore and choose a date when the usb ports were working then let it go thru its process of restoring. It will restart and then test the usb ports then, if you still can't get them to work then that means the motherboard is bad.
When you have a high speed device like the ipod plugged into a non high speed usb hub, all that means is that it will take the ipod about twenty times longer to load up under itunes then it will using a high speed port. Try connecting the ipod to a different usb port and see if that one is a high speed port (if it is, it will most likely have 2.0 written beside it, and if it does not have it, when you plug it in, it will tell you if it is a non high speed usb port. The same message should pop up. Try all of the usb ports on your computer. You should have at least 1 high speed port.
Your ipod has to be plugging into a high speed usb port, that's your problem. Don't use the usb ports on front of your computer, use the one's in the back. Those are typically high speed. If you have an older computer, you might not have high speed usb ports and you'll need to purchase an pci usb 2.0 adapter.
Once you get it connected to the computer and you sync with your library it will remove any songs that were previously on the ipod.