Question about Apple iPod nano
First: try it on a different computer if you have one. You can even try it on a friends computer.
Second: do you have any other devices that are connected to the USB port on your computer? Do they work? Try the device that works in the same port that the IPOD was in and see if you get an error with the other device.
Third: You might have a problem with itunes. You could try uninstalling and reinstalling itunes and see if that works.
Fourth: There might be a problem with the usb drivers that windows uses to run the usb ports (are you running windows?) you can go into the device manager and goto the usb ports and delete them then have windows redect them.
Just a few ideas.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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