Question about Apple iPod nano
(I posted this in wrong thread, a couple of minutes ago, so I'll just write this again here.)
I got a black iPod Nano 8 GB for christmas, and everything worked great until... let's say one and a half week ago, but now no computers won't even detect my iPod. I tried my father's cable with my own laptop, but it didn't work. Then I tried to hook up my iPod on my father's computer, but that didn't work either. My father tried the same thing with HIS OWN iPod, and that one got contact imidiately after he plugged it in, but still - mine won't get any contact with any computers - by any cables.
The iPod actually turns itself on when the cable gets plugged into a computer, but that's it. Nothing else works (the iPod doens't get recognized in My Computer, Windows Explorer or iTunes).
If you are running the vista os then there isn't much to say but to keep up on all the updates posted.. vista and itunes crashes a lot amongst other issues it is having.. as for the other's, apple doesn't like to make very user friendly software for window's user's unfortunately so it's glitchy at times so it's very important to keep your stuff backed up at all times.. if there is a new version of itunes, make sure you update it too.. double check that you are not running 2 music programs at once bc sometimes that confuses the pc's as well.. are you running on a duo core or regular processor? sometimes you need to sign out of itunes then back in again.. it's just a very unstable program and many people struggle with it.. i hope you get it figured out.. d
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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