Question about Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation
Windows ask me for a diver and I do not have one. Am looking for ubstor.sys & ubstor.inf
Several possible solutions - first make sure you boot up with the iPod not plugged in and then plug it in...if you're already doing this
1. If you're using the USB on the front of a computer it may be a low current/speed USB and you should try the USB on the back of your computer.
2. Try unplugging other USB devices from your computer and then plugging the iPod.
3. Open iTunes and try to slowly place the iPod on and off the computer. If it is mounted go to your system tray in the bottom right and right click eject disk before unplugging it each time. Repeat and try to have the computer pick up the drive.
4. The drivers should be on your windows xp machine. If you have disk use repair ....but they are probably on your machine already.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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