Question about Apple iPod nano
I am having some trouble with this i keep trying to turn on my ipod nano and it doesnt turn on ive tried putting it on my computer and it doesnt even show up on the devices thingy. can some 1 please help me
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
You'll need to format your iPod.
There is 2 way's i know of you do this first one is to go to iTunes when your iPod is plugged in, now click on your iPod then click on "Restore" this will restore it to previours setting also should restore the corrupted it spoke of when you tryed turning it on.
If you've tryed formatting it through iTunes but was unsuccessful, try through my computer. Follow these steps below:
First click on "Start" - now click on "My Computer", now look for your iPod usually named "Removable Disk", once you've found it, right-click on it then click "Format", once format is complete, unplug your iPod then try it now.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful. Further problems leave a comment on here and i'll get back to you.
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Apple recommends that iTunes customers using Windows Vista upgrade to iTunes 7.2 or later. If you are using an iPod with iTunes on Windows Vista, please review the important information in Knowledge Base document
Ejecting iPod using Windows Explorer on Windows Vista may corrupt iPodIssue
Some customers may see the following message when connecting an iPod to iTunes 7.2 or later on a computer running Windows Vista.
Microsoft has released an update for Windows Vista that addresses a situation where ejecting iPod from Windows Explorer or by using the "Safely Remove Hardware" feature in Windows Vista could corrupt your iPod. Apple recommends Windows Vista customers who own an iPod install this software update. For information on how to install this Microsoft hot fix, refer to the "Update your software" section below. Tip: iPod can always be ejected safely by choosing Eject iPod from the Controls menu within iTunes.Update your software
Microsoft has made this Update for Windows Vista (KB936824) available via Windows Update as well as a separate download package. To download this update via Windows Update follow the steps below:
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