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Re: i bought a second hand nano not working
Locate the iPod in Device Manager
Connect iPod to the computer.
Quit iTunes if it launches.
On the Start menu, click Control Panel.
In Control Panel, open Administrative Tools. Note: If you don't see Administrative Tools, look at the left column in Control Panel for a link that says, "Switch to Classic View," and click it.
Double click the Computer Management shortcut.
In the left column, click on Device Manager.
In the right column, click the plus (+) icon next to Universal Serial Bus controllers to expand this selection.
Locate the iPod in this list. In some cases one of the entries will have "iPod" in its name. If no such entries are present, the iPod is most likely represented by "USB Mass Storage Device."
Note: A red "X" appearing next to the iPod's entry in Device Manager indicates this device is disabled. To enable this device, right-click its entry in Device Mi bought a second hand nano not working - ts1538_4.jpghoose Enable from the shortcut menu. Update the USB driver
Right-click the iPod's entry in Device Manager and choose Update Driver from the shortcut menu.
In the Hardware Update Wizard that appeari bought a second hand nano not working - ts1538_5.jpges, this time only" to allow Windows to connect to the Windows Update Website. Click Next.
Select "Install the software automatically (Recommended)" and click Next. Windows searches for updated drivers and installs any it finds. If Windows is unable to find updated drivers on its own, continue with step #4.
Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click Next.
Select "Search for the best drivei bought a second hand nano not working - ts1538_6.jpgocations."
Select "Include this location in the search" and type the following in the field below: C:\Windows\INF
Click Next. Windows searches this location for drivers and installs any it finds. If Windows is unable to find updated drivers on its own, you must reinstall the USB drivers as shown below.
Note: During installation, if a message appears stating that the software you are installing "has not passed Windows Logo testing" click Continue Anyway to continue ii bought a second hand nano not working - ts1538_7.jpge drivers. Reinstall USB driver
Right-click the iPod's entry in Device Manager and choose Uninstall from the shortcut menu.
In the Device Manager window, right-click Universal Serial Bus controllers and choose Scan for hardware changes from the shortcut menu.
Windows automatically reinstalls the necessary USB drivers and attempt to remount the iPod.
Try these and reply me about the current status of the ipod..
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Hmmmm check wit the data cable once.. try using different USB ports els different data cables itself..
- if cable workin fine den try doin a hard reset.. i.e with d iPod plugged in 2 d comp try resetting iPod..
-Els check if ya iPodz getting recognized in iTunes.. if itz gettin not gettin recognized reinstall the itunes software.. or follow dese steps- 1>www.apple.com 2>Click on the tab SUPPORT 3>Select iPod+iTunes 4>Select iPod nano 4 r 5th gen 5>U'l find many divisions as get started troubleshooting n al.. under troubleshooting d 3rd link i.e iPOD DOESNT APPEAR IN ITUNES n follow d steps
-if itz gettin recognized in iTunes n not gettin recognized in comp den follow d same steps til troubleshooting.. under dis go to d 4th link i.e iPod is not recognized properly by computer when USB drivers are not installed properly r out f date..
Try wit al dese steps.. hope sumthin works out 4 u.. If none f dese work den derz another step to it.. may b disk mode step which am not sure f.. try finding out regardin diskmode n may b dat'l help ya..
Your battery is most likely dead. Very dead. Google "iPod repairs" in your country and they might be able to replace it. Otherwise you can get an exchange unit from Apple. Take it to your nearest Authorised Apple Service Centre and they will get it exchanged in a couple of days. Unfortunately this might cost almost as much as a new one.
Try doing this: Toggle the hold switch and put it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu button simultaneously for ten seconds and the apple symbol should come up on the screen. Then it should work like normal. Hope this helps!
ok if u have windows u need to do a search and type in anything that has to do with ur current iTunes and delete everything but the music folders and after u need to reinstall itunes and then plug in ur ipod after iTunes is open and try restoring the ipod.
Make sure that you have downloaded the most resent iTunes program to your computer you are using...once you do that then plug your device back in....if it still does it....take it to an Apple store and they will do a couple of test with thier computers there and if it's something they can't fix they will send it off to Apple.
You have to reset your iPod. (Note: This is for the 3rd generation iPod Nano)
To reset iPod nano:
1 Toggle the Hold switch on and off (slide it to HOLD and then back again).
2 Press and hold the Menu and Center buttons for at least 6 seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
If iPod nano won’t turn on or respond
- Make sure the Hold switch isn’t set to HOLD.
- The iPod nano battery might need to be recharged. Connect iPod nano to your computer or to an Apple USB Power Adapter and let the battery recharge. Look for the lightning bolt icon on the iPod nano screen to verify that iPod nano is receiving a charge.