Question about Apple iPod nano
Try putting your ipod in disk mode.
Press and Hold the Menu (top button) and the Action (center button) until you see the apple appear, then switch your fingers to the Play/Pause (bottom button) and the action (center button) and hold till you see a check mark on the screen.
attached the usb cord and plug it into your computer with your itunes on.
I should mount to itunes.
if it doesn't mount try a different usb port preferably a usb 2.0 port
If that fails, something is wrong with your ipod.
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Posted on May 16, 2009
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