Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This might be something as simple as the order inwhich you do things.
1. make sure Itunes is installed first. This should give you all the drivers you need.
2. Run Itunes.
3. Then hook up the ipod. (In order for your computer to regonise it as a portiable player you have to run itunes first, other wise it is a hard drive and will be seen as one.
4. Give itunes a few minutes to discover the device. You may have to go under your windows and sya cync Ipod.
5. With in Itunes should be an ipod screen that shows up under the area the play lists show up, but above the coustom play lists and below the itunes store.
6. click on this window and you should see your ipod and be able to sync it with all your music and more.
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if you don't eject the iPod, that is what will happen.
to eject it alternatively, what you should do is go into control panel\system and find the device manager.
You should find it under removable drives. click it and and select disable.
Then it should be ejected.
hope this helps.
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