Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
My Ipod freezes my computer whenever i attach it with the usb cable, so naturally i can't sync or restore it on my computer. This happens every single time i hook it up, and as soon as i unhook it my computer is instantly unfrozen. Do i have to send my ipod in for servicing or is there something i can do about this?
I've got the same problem... aparently if you don't connect the ipod very often it may take some time to connect because its updating via itunes so just leave it connected for half an hour i did and i'm good as new now
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Hey as soon as i attach my ipod to my computer it says attached and then instantaly it ejects it and gives a message saying ejecting please wait.i dont have any usb's connected to laptop.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
Uninstall itunes and the ipod software then reload everything it and if u have more then one usb slot make sure u put it back in the one u use to load it with because sometimes the computer is very picky with that. its worked for me when mine does that so maybe it will work for u
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
Sounds like you have to many usb devices plugged in. Try unplugging all the usb devices then plug in you ipod.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Dec 16, 2015 | Apple iPod touch
i would be checking the usb lead before doing anything or even replacing it with a new one make sure iis securely connected
the cable near the iTunes symbol represents a problem with the cable
and the cd will not not be able to activate without a connection
Connect one end of the USB sync cable to one of your computer's unused USB ports, and connect the other end to the bottom of the iPhone or iPod Touch.
If iTunes does not start on its own, run it using the desktop or Start menu shortcut.
When iTunes starts, you should see an icon for the iPhone or iPod Touch on the left side of the window.
Click "Summary" in the right pane of the window if it is not already active.
Click the "Restore" button to begin the device restoration process.
ITunes displays a message asking if you want to save the contents of the device to your computer before restoring it.
If you have not backed up the device already, click the "Back Up" button.
If you have already done this, click "Don't Back Up."
Click "Restore." ITunes clears the data from your iPhone or iPod Touch and reinstalls the device's original firmware.
The screen of your iPhone or iPod Touch may shut off while iTunes works.
Do not remove the USB sync cable.
When iTunes is done restoring the device, it displays a message letting you know that the device is about to restart.
Click "OK" to restart the device. If you are restoring an iPhone or iPod touch, wait for the "iPhone / iPod touch is activated" message to appear on the screen of the device before you disconnect it from the computer.
You may now restore your backup of the device or remove it from the computer.
hope this helps
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