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Re: ipod not recognised in itunes
You should try connecting the iPod to a different computer and see if it works. If it doesn't work, you should try connecting with a different USB cable if you can get a hold of one. One of the two should be your problem (a defective USB port on the computer or a defective iPod USB cable).
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Use itunes it will load required drivers itself, If the bottom Port for usb/charger is small not the big one its a fake IPOD and will require specific drivers it came with and wont work on itunes
if real IPOD itunes will be able to connect to it perfect, IPOD's dont require driver disks as all Windows O/S have drivers for them as there just mass storage devices
Hi, You will need to download the latest version of iTunes. It is free. When you have done that, load all of your music into iTunes. Then connect your iPod to the computer with the internet connected. You should be able to see your iPod on the left side of iTunes. You can then click the music tab to tell itunes what music to load into your iPod.
Be sure to click the arrow next to your iPod when the syncing is finished to release your iPod from itunes. Also click the green plug icon at the bottom right of your windows screen. If you cannot see the plug, click on the white arrow until you see the green plug. Click on it and you will see your ipod listed as a mass storage device and a message asking if you want to disconnect it. Click disconnect mass storage device and wait until you see a message saying ;safe to disconnect mass storage device. Done. Hope that helps.
Hmm, I don't know if I know the solution, but I'll give it a shot:
Do the normal automatic way of
trying to find the driver then look in the hardware device list
(control panel) you should see you ipod listed under other devices with
a yellow triangle next to it. right click this line and select
properties. then click update device driver. then DON't do the
automatic find, instead click i will choose the device from a list.
Click on "storage device" and voila! VISTA now finds a USB mass storage
device and install it