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Computer not reconizing ipod.

My computer will reconize my brothers ipod shuffle but not my nano, i think it could be my usb port because my computer is older then 2004 so i may need to buy a 2.0 usb port. Do you think so? And i am pretty sure that it is not my cable because a guy tryed it from where i got it, on his computer, and it worked!

i am SSSSSSSOOOOOOOO confused can you please help me A.S.A.P!

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  • haleybop_44 Dec 28, 2008

    It turned out that my mom had a 2.0 usb port for the printer, so i tryed it but it still doesn't work! any other suggestions????!!!

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Yes, you may need to get a new port. did you try restarting your iPod by holding in the center and menu button? if that doesnt work then its definatly your port. good luck!

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • mimesremo Dec 28, 2008

    did you restart it? also a new port is probably available at circuit city or something i think its easily connectable. what type of computer do you have?

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