Ipod Click wheel 20g is stuck plug into outlet mode after restore
I have a older ipod clickwheel with 20 gb of memory. I would not connect to any USB 2.0 ports, it would say unknown device. I I used the 5 r's, but still didn't work, even after a restall of Xp. It, however would connect to USB 1.1 ports. I backed up my song, and used itune to restore the Ipod. After the program ran, it said to plug it into the outlet. I did and let it sit there for several hours. It is still stuck in that mode. Reset will not bring it out. What do I need to do?
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Unplug the power cord and modem and network cables.
Disconnect the old keyboard or mouse. If you are installing a USB keyboard, connect the keyboard to a USB port on the back of your computer.
If you are installing a PS/2 keyboard, connect the keyboard to the PS/2 keyboard port on the back of your computer.
Connect the power cord and modem and network cables.
Turn on your computer.
To install the device driver from the Gateway System Restoration Kit:
Start your computer. The Add New Hardware Wizard window opens.
Click Search for the best driver for your device, then click Next. Complete the wizard by repeatedly clicking Next until the wizard tells you that it was unable to detect any devices and that it has installed an unknown device.
Insert Disc 1 of the Gateway System Restoration Kit into the CD or DVD drive. The System Restoration Kit program starts. Go to Step 6.
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If the program does not run automatically, go to the next step.
Click Start, then click Run. The Run dialog box opens.
In the Open text box, type d:\autorun.exe (where d is the drive letter of the CD or DVD drive), then click OK. The System Restoration Kit program starts.
Click the Install Hardware tab.
Click the device driver, then follow the on-screen instructions. Installation is complete. If your keyboard or mouse does not function correctly, see "Troubleshooting".
The keyboard does not work Make sure that the keyboard cable is plugged in correctly.Remove all extension cables and switchboxesTry a keyboard that you know works to make sure that the keyboard port works.Clean the keyboard by using an aerosol can of air with a narrow, straw-like extension to remove dust and lint trapped under the keys.Try a keyboard that you know works to make sure that the keyboard port works.Reinstall the keyboard device driver. For more information, see Installing the device driver.
A keyboard character keeps repeating Make sure that nothing is resting on the keyboard.Make sure that a key is not stuck. Press each key to loosen a key that might be stuck, then restart your computer.
Liquid spilled in the keyboard If you spill liquid on the keyboard, turn off your computer and turn the keyboard upside down. Let the liquid drain, then let the keyboard dry before trying to use it again. If the keyboard does not work after it dries, you may need to replace it.
Assuming you have switched the keyboard to another USB port in case the port itself has a problem, I would go into the device manager where you see the keyboard. Unplug the keyboard. Right-click the keyboard and choose uninstall. Then restart the computer and plug the keyboard in. If it is not seen, the keyboard is probably bad. You can also check the event viewer in the Admin tools in the control panel. Check for hardware events to see if there was an error. Another thing you can do is do a system restore back to when it worked to help with your troubleshooting. Then do the updates one at a time to see if there is a conflict.
Unplug the USB receiver and plug into a different USB port if available. Press the connect button on the receiver and wiggle and click the mouse for the next 10-20 seconds. This should revive the mouse.
If the above does not work, you may have to reinstall the drivers.
I hope this helps.
Almost always, wireless mouse makes use of the USB port to connect its base/receiver. Depending on the exact model of the Dell desktop, there would normally be USB ports at the rear of the computer. Some others have 2 USB ports at the front or side.
call microsoft at 1800-936-5700 I just bought my keyboard today and I was having issues. I returned the product and it seems fine now.. i havent fully charged it yet so I can fully use it.. Also when I was stuck at that same issue there is a bluetooth button underneath the mouse and keyboard hold it for 5 secs and it should connect with the computer and allow you to choose next and not just cancel... but like i said call microsoft and tell them ur problems
I am having this problem too. I've looked on various sites and forums online and found that this may be a grounding problem with the outlet or house. A simple way to check if it's a grounding problem is to touch the metal (aluminum) part of the Mac and if it stops it's because you are now grounding the machine. Even though touching the metal casing may help, it ultimately dosen't stop the problem. ( and isn't convientient to hold the casing while you work) You may want to check your outlet. I've found that the problem is only occuring in our work room. And the mouse/Mac functions properly in my bedroom.
Unfortuantely, this may not be the solution either but I've heard it's worked for some people. It hasn't worked for me even though touching the casing on my Mac stops the clicking, I've found my house is properly grounded. Another soultion/issue (however you want to look at it) that was given to me is static in the area may be interfering. :( All in all, really inconvientent as I don't want to have to move the Mac from the work room to the bedroom as the mouse should just work properly in any room I want to put it in.
Also I am worried if it is electrical that it may also be harming my Mac. :( Something to consider.