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The Eject button appears when a Leapster2 handheld is connected and
turned on. When you have finished configuring the Leapster2 handheld and
your child wants to play with it, you can click the Eject button to
disconnect the device. Once ejected, a message will appear letting you
know that it is safe to disconnect the Leapster2 handheld from the
computer. It is not really a "button" but a picture of a green button which says "EJECT". It should be located on the upper right corner of your screen.
Try turning off the player and then back on again. The battery status should update and show full charge.
Restart your PC and reconnect the player and it should appear again.
Simply pulling out the USB cable can cause a communication error, so it's always best to use the 'Eject USB device' option. When you want to disconnect, the player will be listed as an external hard drive when you open up 'My Computer', right click on the drive and select 'Eject'.
1. if you don't eject the eternal drive properly it could cause the controller board inside the case to fail. .2. USB drives are to be eject by the windows feature never disconnect while drive is in the port without using the ejection feature. 3. check the drive in another port to see if it can be seen in the computer list. if not you may a defective usb controller in the case. the drive can be remove and installed into a new case. The drive may not have been damaged. 4. A new case can be purchased at the local computer store.
Once the iPod is attached to the iPod and USB port in the computer, an icon will appear at the bottom of the computer desktop. The icon is from removing the USB Mass Storage Device
Now, click on the enject icon and it will show which drive the USB cord is attached to. Once the icon is clicked on, the iPod will show an arrow going down and reading "OK to disconnect". Once able to disconnect, the USB cord can be removed from iPod.
Another way to eject the iPod from USB cord is through iTunes. Once anything you want sync'd to your iPod is complete, a message will appear on the iPod reading, "OK to disconnect". Just like it did on the ejecting icon on your desktop.
Actually this issue shouldn't really be that difficult to resolve. :) A simple reset should take care of it being frozen on the connected screen. Below I have posted a step by step on resetting an iPod.
Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
Press and hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons simultaneously until the Apple logo appears, about 6 to 8 seconds. You may need to repeat this step.
Tip: If you are having difficulty resetting your iPod, set it on a flat surface. Make sure the finger pressing the Select button is not touching any part of the click wheel. Also make sure that you are pressing the Menu button toward the outside of the click wheel, and not near the center.
As soon as you see the apple icon appear disconnect the iPod from your computer. After the iPod completely loads. reconnect it to make sure it is connecting and loading correctly. If this does not resolve your issue for any reason please do let me know. I have a few other options we could attempt. :) and the feed back is always good. It lets me know if I am actually helping people with they're issue's or not.
if it shows this you must eject the ipod first...click on the little eject button beside your ipod in iTunes, or, go into my computer (in Windows), right click on your ipod icon, and click eject..hope this helps
it might also show up as an icon in your system tray (bottom right corner of your screen if you are running windows). It should say something like "click here to eject usb drive"..
Yes, the iPod will show that it is charging on its screen. Disconnecting without ejecting can cause data loss of whatever is stored on the iPod Ejecting is when you remove the iPod from the desktop by dragging its icon to the trash or clicking on the down arrow next to the iPods name from within iTunes.
If you use the library computer, usually a Windows based OS, you'll need to click on the iPod icon from the task tray on the lower right of the screen. You can right click to select the remove option