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Use itunes it will load required drivers itself, If the bottom Port for usb/charger is small not the big one its a fake IPOD and will require specific drivers it came with and wont work on itunes
if real IPOD itunes will be able to connect to it perfect, IPOD's dont require driver disks as all Windows O/S have drivers for them as there just mass storage devices
common problem...hope you bought the extended warranty you can try resetting it but usually when the die like that its the pc board... seen several like it incl. my sons that was 2 months out of warranty and apple could care less
1st answer: You may have a non-Apple product. There are lots of knockoffs of the
Nano. Here is a link to check:
Yes, he can but it would have to be done manually, meaning outside of the iTunes application. When the iPod is connected to a computer, it will show up on the desktop of a Mac as another disk drive. Be warned, as soon as you connect the new iPod to the computer, iTunes will load and attempt to sync (copy) all the songs in its library to the iPod. Check here for more: http://www.apple.com/support/ipod/