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Connect Your ipod to PC with USB cable. If you have music in your PC directly copy to your ipod -If you connect ipod to pc, it will automatically open ipod memory open and copy from your computer to ipod. If music not in your PC, download from internet.
I found the solution to
this problem: To get your iPod
Nano 3rd Generation (4GB video) to be recognized by your computer, you will
need to manually get it into "Disk Mode" here's how:
Verify that it has a full
charge, if not, you need to either charge the iPod before continuing or
connect it to a high-powered USB port, or simply connect it to the Power
Adapter that plugs into an electrical outlet. (just not connected to your
Toggle the Hold switch on and
off once. (Set it to Hold, and then turn it off again. Just slide back and
Press and hold the Menu and
Select (center) buttons at the same time for at least 6 seconds until the
Apple logo appears.
When the Apple logo appears,
release the Menu and Select (center) buttons and immediately press
and hold the Select (center) and the Play/Pause buttons until the ‘Disk
Mode’ screen appears.
Disconnect your iPod from the
power adapter and connect it to your computer;
Now the screen on the iPod will
change and say "Do not disconnect" and should be recognized by
I hope this helps you; I
had a hard time finding a solution and thought I'd share the wealth once my
stress was relieved.
You need to put the ipod on the Pc Hdd mode by Press on hold the menu and play/pause buttons at the same time when ipod is turned on. after the mode changed try to connect to Pc and sync it with itunes so it will load the firmware