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Do Not disconnect message

I have an iPod A1137 but lost the cable. I use my iPod A1136 (30Gb) connect to my computer. In my iTunes I cannot see the iPod icon. So I cannot eject the iPod properly. After I disconnect, the iPod shows the message "Do Not Disconnect" and cannot remove it. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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If you don't eject the iPod, that is what will happen.

 

to eject it alternatively, what you should do is go into control panel\system and find the device manager.

 

You should find it under removable drives. click it and and select disable.

 

Then it should be ejected.

 

hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 17, 2007

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