Question about Apple iPod nano 2nd Generation MP3 Player
My ipod comes up with a exclamation mark next to an battery and my laptop doesnt recognise it please help!!!!
First the obvious (but needs to be asked) - is the iPod charged? I'd try charging it with a wallcharger first (or at least an USB port on the laptop (no USB hubs). If that doesn't work visit the link below to Apple's support documents that have additional things to try when you get the Battery (!) icon. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=60941 Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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There are many iPod error icons with exclamation marks
The Sad iPod icon ( ) usually means that the iPod can't access it's Hard Drive. I've seen that hitting the ipod on a soft surface occasionally fixes this. You may need to take the iPod for repair
The Folder Error icon () may mean the battery is low, the ipod needs to be reset, restored or needs a service
The Battery Icon () usually means the battery needs charging
means a disk scan failed and will be repeated when the ipod is turned on or reset.
Try restoring it continuouly until it does (eventually worked for mine)
if it is anything else, your iPod may need repair.
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