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<p>Use your iPod Touch to connect to a WiFi network, so you can
download music directly from iTunes to your mobile device. Once you have a
wireless Internet connection for the iPod Touch to adopt, allows the device to
log into your account from Apple's iTunes. This allows you to purchase and
download songs from iTunes to the iPod application. <br />
<p>Connecting to WiFi <br />
<p>1. Open your "Settings" option on the home screen.
<p>2. Select the "Wi-Fi" tab of the main Settings
menu. <br />
<p>3. Button impressed switches "WiFi" to
"On." Select a wireless network list. Enter the network password when
prompted to login. <br />
<p>Sign in iTunes Store <br />
<p>1. Click the "Settings" button. <br />
<p>2. Select "Save" on the main page. Store the load
screen. <br />
<p>3. Touch the "Sign In" button. Select "Use
existing Apple ID" message that appears. <br />
<p>4. Enter your Apple ID login information in the fields
provided. Touch the "OK". <br />
<p>Download Music <br />
<p>1. Open the "iTunes" app for your home screen. <br />
<p>2. Browse the furniture store. Select the "New
Releases" tab, the "Top Ten" tab or the "Genres" tab
to browse selections. You can also use the "Search" tool on the
bottom bar to browse music. <br />
<p>3. Select a song to see more information. <br />
<p>4. Touch the price of a song. The "Buy Song"
button appears. Select "Buy Song" button to buy the track. <br />
<p>5. Enter your Apple ID password confirmation prompt that
appears. Touch the "OK" button to download music. <br />
I had exactly the same problem with a brand new 3rd gen iTouch. It showed it was connected to the network but wouldn't access anything (invalid argument etc). I tried everything but no joy. Eventually I fixed it by changing the router's encryption from WEP to WPA2-PSK. Fixed it like magic. Where there had been no router or DNA data before, they were suddenly filled in. The key was different but was still on the bottom of the router. I had to re-enter the key on my wireless laptop but that was a small price.
You can get into the router set-up page through your web browser. I found a guide on You Tube.
I had added a proxy to my internet explorer while trying to access another intranet. I always use Firefox so I didn't think it would matter if it was set to the intranet IP as the proxy, but apparently itunes and some other programs blindly copy the proxy settings from explorer and will stop working. everything was fixed when I disable the proxy in the connection tab.
Check your firewall, enable it if it's stuck off. And also check your virus and malware programs, it sounds fishy if you can connect to every other site sounds like someone set it so you can't get in, check your security settings also
Turn off your windows firewall and try connecting again. If it connects then windows is the culprit. It shouldn't be your iPod, but it definitely sounds like a firewall issue or an internet connection issue.
The windows firewall is pretty harsh when it comes to programs that they don't endorse. also, If you want to keep your firewall on, open the security center and firewall, uncheck the box on the bottum to allow exclusion of http: site. It could be checked and only allowing exclusion of https: sites.