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If using iTunes for this. Remove Itunes and re-install. You shouldn't be asked for a disk OR
If you can get to another pc with iTunes first disable the sync feature and then insert the the iPod. If it is recognized then use first tip.
u can try using YAHOO WIDGETS from widgets.yahoo.com
u can find lots of clocks that sync with the online server of the widget itself.. in some clocks u can also set a reminder for nething u want.
or u can www.worldtimeserver.com to sync ur windows clock with it. u can find the details of how to sync the clock in the F1 option of ur HP. just press F1 for HELP and type in ur query,it'll guide u with the styeps. if ur using Vista on it then the Vista clock syncs it self with the time server.. u can see it by double clicking the clock in the taskbar at bottom right corner where the clock is.
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you have to use a driver to connect then a software to mediate with your ipaq and your laptop so u use bluetooth or uab cable as a connector and try to get the software and driver downloaded from the hp support site
Uninstall the Mobile Device Center. Be sure to download and install the LATEST from Microsoft. Make sure your device is NOT connected until after installtion. DISABLE all firewalls for a 15 minute interval. Then just plug in and you should bet set. When you reboot you should be good you may get a pop-up from your firewall, just allow it.