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Hi , Just to clarify is your Sound Card that you are connecting it too , a 5.1 Channel Sound Card?? if not then that is the problem as it is a 5.1 Surround Sound System..Reason for it only coming out of 2 speakers when you connect it too an ipod , is the Green Cable Doesnt Comply with all the Speakers , you need a 5.1 CHannel Sound Card to connect all the Cables into.A 5.1 Channel Sound Card looks like this http://www.dclstore.co.uk/images/products/genius-soundmaker-value-5.1-channel-sound-card-16-bit-pci-31720009100-l.JPG
Slide hold switch on and off a couple of times and then,when hold is off,press and hold menu and center buttons until an apple logo appears on screen...now connect to itunes and restore it...You will lose all your data though.
No you do not require a router to connect your I pod to the internet.
If you wish to load the songs on the I Pod, you can first look for songs on the internet and save them to your computer.
Then you can connect the I POD to the compuet via the USB cable which you would have received with the I pod.
Please connect the usb cable one end on the I pod and the other to the
the computer. The moment you connect the I POD to the computer, the system will detect the IPOD player. You can then save the copy of songs you have downladed on your I POD player. You can select the sond saved on your compuet by doing a CTRL+C key and then go to MY COMPUTER> and under the drives section it will show your I POD PLAYER. CLICK ON THE PHILIPS PLAYER TO GO INSIDE SO THAT YOU CAN DO A CTRL+V and copy the songs on the I POD player.
That should do the trick and you shoudl be able to listen to your favourite songs on the move.
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When you connect the laptop to the router are you using a network cable?
When you connect two computers such as your laptop and the xbox using a network cable you need a crossover cable not a standard network cable.
If you use a network hub you can connect two or more computers together using the standard network cables.
I'm having this same problem and have sort of solved it with a really wierd technique I found at Logitech. Evidently this problem is related to the control pod rather then the RCA jack. Try this:
Unplug the control pod from the subwoofer
Turn off the main switch
Turn the volume knob one full turn, tap the knob
Repeat again (2 times)
Replug the control pod
Turn on the main switch and the control pod
See what happens
I found that this got the speaker working finicky after it was almost totally useless. It seems to be cutting out randomly, but fidgeting with the control pod or it's connector jack fixes it. No clue what the deal is here, but your problem is identical to mine so take some time to screw around with these components with music running so you can hear if it suddenly works.
You need to set your iPod to update manually, instead of syncing automatically when you plug it into the computer.
To do this, plug your iPod into your computer, and on the iPod info screen that pops up in iTunes when your iPod is connected, click "Manually Manage Files." You'll now have to click and drag your songs from your library to your iPod, but now you can also play songs on your computer directly from your iPod and delete songs from your library without deleting them from your iPod at the same time.