Question about Apple iPod nano
Click the little eject button beside your ipod in iTunes. Or right click on your ipod in My computer. guess it depends if youre on a mac or a pc.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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if you don't eject the iPod, that is what will happen.
to eject it alternatively, what you should do is go into control panel\system and find the device manager.
You should find it under removable drives. click it and and select disable.
Then it should be ejected.
hope this helps.
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