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I have an ipod touch 32 gig i'm running windows 7. I have the most current itunes installed and all drivers up to date. Services show that ipod and apple device support are started. Device driver does not display the device it just shows its plugged in the usb hub. I had an 8 gig and it at least showed up as a camera. It shows up in itunes fine and works great but I cant get it to display in my computer. Any help would be appreciated.

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1. Update iTunes to the latest version. Plug in your iPod. If iTunes still can't recognize it, then in iTunes in the top left corner click help> run diagnostics. On the box that comes up, check the last two things. Click next and it should identify your iPod.
2. Click on your windows start menu. Type in "services". Click on it and when it pops up, on the bottom of it click on "standard". Now Scroll down to find "Apple Mobile Device" Right click it when you see it and click on "Start". When it has started, close iTunes and replug in your iPod and it should show up.
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5. Restart the Apple Mobile Device Service and verify that the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver is installed.
6. If you just want to add some photos, songs and movies from computer to your devices, you can use an iTunes alternative to do the job
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