Question about Apple iPod nano
The 'Do Not Disconnect' message is normal. It doesn't mean Do not disconnect EVER :) Just that because it's effectivley a herd drive you need to eject it properly before disconnecting.
On a PC goto the bottom right corner and there should be a symbol that says 'Safely disconnect' when you hover over it. Click this and then select the divice and click stop or whatever it says - you'll get the idea. or if you have iTunes use this to eject the ipod using the eject symbol next to your ipod icon on the left hand side.
On a Mac either in Finder or iTunes use eject.
The password is something either you or the previous owner had set. If you don't know what this is you will need to do a restore on the iPod. To do this you need iTunes. In iTunes with your device connected select the device on the righthand menu and in the main area click the 'Restore' button. This will hopefully sort you out. If not let me know.
All the best
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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