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I just had this issue- I bought a movie off iTunes, and could view it on the computer, but it wouldn't go on to my iPod. I looked around and found instructions to open iTunes and on the home page of your iTunes where it shows you how much space you have, you can restore original settings, etc., if you click on "manage iTunes manually" or "manage music and videos manually" and then click apply you will be able to move your movie on to your iPod. In your iTunes library you just have to drag and drop the movie onto the iPod icon that appears in the left menu when your iPod connects to iTunes. It took about 10 minutes for mine to fully upload onto my iPod- so make sure you wait to disconnect until it tells you to. I hope this helps! What I read is that when managing the music and videos manually instead of it doing it automatically, you can move the videos and music as you'd like.
You can go to this site to get the software that loads up the ipod called itunes where you can put music on it and other stuff: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
If you already have the itunes software, you may just need it to be updated to work with your ipod.
Try another computer just for the kicks of it and see if does the same. Your computer has this little program deep down call iTunes helper that's suppose to link the USB iPod to iTunes. If it's not working right nothing will happen when connected. If the iPod works on another machine, iTunes helper is the problem or also even bad USB port could be the problem. Send me an update and I'll keep helping you troubleshoot. - Scotty
it sounds like you might need to change some of the itunes settings. you open itunes and plug your pod in and see if it shows up on the left side of the window in with the playlists. if it doesn't then there is an interface problem which could be something as simple as the cable. if it does show up, then you click on that icon and you can change your pod settings.
heyy....simply uninstall ur itunes and then again download the same version of itunes frm apple.com.....if the next time u connect ur ipod with ur new itunes and in case iff the songs get erased...(in case u have kept syncronizing automatic)...the simple download a software called RECUVA frm RECUVA.COM....WHEREIN ALL UR ERASED SONGS CAN BE OBTAINED BACK.......enjoy.............cheers!!!!!!!!!!
If you received the Nano 2nd Generation (which is the newer one), then your unit does not include any installation CDs. However, all you need to get it up and running is to download iTunes 7 or above. Which is AVAILABLE HERE.