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Your MD Recorder/Player has a stuck disc or cannot eject it properly. Basically it is not handling the disc safely and it may get snagged or damaged as a result of a physical mechanism which is not working correctly - out of allignment or worn out by people shoving discs into the machine or just plain old age on these units.
there should be a eject button next to it in itunes or you can drag the ipod logo to the bin and it will eject. or if your using windows look in the bottom right corner and you'll see an icon like a flash drive, right click it and it will say... safely remove devices. and you can select to remove the usb drive and then its ejected :)
Hi, I hope you have connected your nano to the PC thrught itunes. it's very usual to remove the USB devices from PC with safely remove hardware option at the right bottom of windows. in case of itunes they hace included the option as Eject in itunes which should be done to avoid data loss and proper disconnection of device from the PC. this is not a problem.
The 'Do Not Disconnect' message is normal. It doesn't mean Do not disconnect EVER :) Just that because it's effectivley a herd drive you need to eject it properly before disconnecting.
On a PC goto the bottom right corner and there should be a symbol that says 'Safely disconnect' when you hover over it. Click this and then select the divice and click stop or whatever it says - you'll get the idea. or if you have iTunes use this to eject the ipod using the eject symbol next to your ipod icon on the left hand side.
On a Mac either in Finder or iTunes use eject.
The password is something either you or the previous owner had set. If you don't know what this is you will need to do a restore on the iPod. To do this you need iTunes. In iTunes with your device connected select the device on the righthand menu and in the main area click the 'Restore' button. This will hopefully sort you out. If not let me know.
disconnect your negative battery so it resets everything. But before you do that, does your radio have a security code? This won't let the radio play after disconnecting the battery. Its an antitheft deterrent. So I stress before doing that. make sure you have the security code
whoa...it means that ur pc is not protected it has virus maybe..when u insert the usb and download musics on it u just get it without ejecting it...and when u tried to open the pc shutdown..u better consult ur pc to a technician and about ur mp3 u need to upgrade it where u buy it if it has warranty...
Yes, the iPod will show that it is charging on its screen. Disconnecting without ejecting can cause data loss of whatever is stored on the iPod Ejecting is when you remove the iPod from the desktop by dragging its icon to the trash or clicking on the down arrow next to the iPods name from within iTunes.
If you use the library computer, usually a Windows based OS, you'll need to click on the iPod icon from the task tray on the lower right of the screen. You can right click to select the remove option