Question about Apple iPod nano
My computer won't recognize my ipod. I there anything I can do?
You haven't given a lot of info to go on here, but this is one possibility.
Ipod usually wants to be drive F. Unplug your Ipod from the computer. Follow these directions below. If you have something in your system assigned to F then reassign the letter. After you are done, reconnect the Ipod and see if that works. (These directions assume XP operating system)
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Went to apple store recently & had tech restore my 8GB i-pod touch restore (completely froze up and I couldnt get it to restore?). Now when I plug it into my computer (my computer and I-tunes) doesnt recognize that its even plugged in. Cant be the usb cable or the port because when I plug in my kids i-touches they work fine. I can still use it through wi-fi for the internet etc but no music or files on it?
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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