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Can't find how much storage capacity I have left on my nano ipod

I'm new at this and have seen on my computer where it shows how much I am using and what is left in my storage capacity. I can't (after trying everything I can think of) remember how I came across it. Can someone help?

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  • donnarosegg Jan 18, 2009

    Hi Singh Shady



    I don't know if I was clear or wasn't sure on your directions but anyway couldnt find it either way.you said....BUT the key seemed to be to plug in my iPod to my computer .. I then clicked on the left where it said "DONNA'S iPod" and the window popped up showing me how much I had used and what was left.. so you did help indirectly thanks

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Hi donna,

sync your i-pod with the i-tunes, select your i pod on i tunes. at the bottom of the i tunes window u will see the remaining capacity of ur i pod.

secondly connect your ipod to ur pc in file transfer mode. it will show up in my computer as an removable drive.. right click on it and select propeties.. u will know the capacity of ur ipod!

good luck n please rate this solution..!

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