I found this on the ipod forum on Apples website. See their site for any further assistance.
Sometimes you can resolve it by doing the following: - Download the .exe file from Apple.com/iTunes - Go to Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs - iTunes > Remove - Open C:\Program Files (default location) - Find "iTunes" (default folder name) - Shift + Delete > OK - Run a registry cleaner, such as PC Tools Desktop Maestro, to remove all old shortcuts and registry keys no longer valid on your computer. - Start > Shut Down > Restart your computer - Run the iTunes install program
This should fix the problem, however may require also to update your Windows software (update.Microsoft.com) and download the latest Visual Basic Runtime executable. One time during my clean reinstall the iTunes software mentioned an error with a vb run executable and couldn't continue the install until I found it online.
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put your ipod in disk mode by following these steps. press and hold the Menu and Center buttons on the clickwheel. when you see the apple appear, switch your fingers to the center and play/pause buttons. whena check mark appears plug it into you computer and it should detect and mount. add music and have fun.
listen in the ipod and if you hear click click click in some pattern you may need a disk. But try this anyway: try and put the ipod in disk mode and find it in my computer. right click on the ipod drive and format the drive. then disconnect and put in disk mode again and mount to itunes. and restore again
How did you get your songs,pictures,videos on your ipod? i tunes is a program that you use to load your ipod. you download it for free @ apple.com.
make sure you download the one you need; make sure its not the mac download.
install itunes; there should be "restore to factory"
I assume the unlocking your ipod is the combination that locks the screen and not the little white tab on the top of the iPod. By plugging the iPod into itunes it should unlock it. By restoring your iPod you erase the lock but also your music. If may stay unlocked when you remove it from the computer. Good luck.
To restore the iPod, you go into iTunes, plug in your iPod, and on the sort of, iPod Menu Start-Up Page, there is a section called Version. It's on the screen when the iPod is plugged in, so you don't need to click on something called Version, and in that it says "If you are experiencing problems with your iPod, you can restore its original settings by clicking Restore." To the right of this, there is a restore button. Restore deletes everything on the iPod, and then puts it back on. You will lose saved games though. Hope I helped. Jon.
yes it can if it will load in to my computer? look for divce g right click and format it you will lose every thing but it should solve your problem when done use itunes to restore settings ? let me no how you get on
In iTunes, you should be able to change the iPod to sync manually. that way, you can personally drag and drop your files into the iPod. You'll still have the DO NOT DISCONNECT on the screen, but it will sync easier.