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connect your ipod to your computer once the software starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another device your ipod or floppy or a usb device if you need more help with this post a reply
that is not a problem
If you cannot remember the passcode, you will need to restore your device using the computer with
which you last synced it. This allows you to reset your passcode and resync the data from the device
(or restore from a backup). If you restore on a different computer that was never synced with the
device, you will be able to unlock the device for use and remove the passcode, but your data will not
Follow the steps that i have outlined below. If this does not completely help your situation please
let me know and i will be glad to assist you.
According to Apple, if you have forgotten the code, you can unlock the IPod by doing the following:
If you can't unlock IPod using either [the code or connecting it to the computer you use to manage
its songs. . .
Plug the iPod USB cable into the bottom of the iPod Nano.
Plug the other end of the iPod USB cable into a free USB port on a Mac or PC computer.
Open the iTunes application by clicking on the Dock icon on a Mac or using the Start menu on a PC.
Click on the name of your iPod Nano under the "Devices" list in the iTunes window.
Click on the "Sync" button to establish a connection between your iPod and the computer.
Click on the eject symbol next to your iPod's name after the syncing process has finished.
Unplug your iPod Nano. The device will be unlocked and you will be able to access all normal features
if that does not work you can restore your iPod to factory settings using iPod Updater. Please note
that this will erase all data on your iPod.
Afterwards, you can add your music and data back to your iPod.
If you want to change the primary computer that your IPod is associated with, do this:
1. Restore your iPod. WARNING: The restore process cannot be undone.
All of your songs and files will be deleted. Always make a backup of your important data.
2. Connect your iPod to the computer that you want to be the primary computer.
3. Open iTunes and synchronize.
Apple also notes that company "representatives cannot unlock an iPod if you forget your combination.
If you can't unlock your iPod and you don't have access to the primary computer, your only option is
to restore the
IPod, which will erase all music and data."
If you need further assistance please feel free to follow up with a comment and i will be here to
assist you. If this assisted you please feel free to rate the comment. thanks and have a great day.
to fix this you will need to erase all the data on the ipod(s).
the ipod into the computer using the included usb cable. open itunes
(if it doesn't open automatically) in the column on the left side of
the window there is an icon showing your ipod's name. click on it then
click on the button that says "restore ipod"
WARNING: this will erase all the content on the ipod (you can put it back on later)
will ask you to confirm. hit ok and keep your ipod plugged in as it
restores it to it original state. pick the language you prefer and then
load your music back on the device
restore your ipod, it will solve the problem. Here is the REAL solution. Ending ipodservice.exe will NOT WORK.
1) Plug your ipod into the computer using firewire or USB.
2) Open MY COMPUTER
3) Wait until the ipod shows up as a drive letter
4) Right click on the ipod drive letter and do a ' quick format ' (Now the ipod is just a plain windows hard drive)
5) When it is complete, run the ipod updater and do a Restore. This puts the ipod software back onto it
6) Remove the ipod from the usb or firewire port, plug it into the wall power supply and allow it to finish the update
Vista says something along the lines of it can't find driver?
I had that happen with my new Targus wireless rechargable mouse.
Look in device manager, if it is listed as an UNKOWN DEVICE, you need to manually install driver as HID-compliant mouse.
Go to >Control Panel > System Select Device Manager from lefthand list.
There should be an "Unkown Device" in the list. To be sure, expand Mice and other pointing devices and see if your device is already there. Better yet, unplug mouse's receiver and the unkown device should go away.
Right click on the unknown device, and choose Update Driver Software... select Browse my computer for driver software then Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer then you need to find Human Interface Devices and subcategory HID-compliant mouse.
Vista tends to try and install these devices as USB mice when they should be HID.
Get a new cable if everything else works that is your problem Usually, unplugging, replugging it and then rebooting solves the problem.
your other options are a driver issue..either with the ipod drivers,
itunes, or the USB drivers for your computer itself. since your ipod
video and psp work fine, you can rule out USB drivers, but that doesn't
rule out additional driver problems.
the other option is there's some kind of failure with your ipod..and
sometimes if a device starts drawing power before doing any kind of
communication with the computer (like when my rockbox-hacked ipod goes
into charge only mode) then windows will assume there's a hardwire
issue. the best way to determine if it's an issue with your ipods are
take them to another computer and see if they work. if they work
fine...try uninstalling and reinstalling itunes (back up your music and
database) and see if that solves the problem. if none of that solves it
and you know the ipod shuffles are good..then your system has suffered
from the mysterious driver failure that's plagued a lot of systems. and
generally the only real solution is to reinstall windows from scratch.