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Plug the charger into a USB port or wall charger. Then plug the other end into your i pod. Once plugged in and successfully connected to power then a green battery symbol should appear. If not then their might be something wrong with the power supply or the i pod.
As long as your stereo has a usb port to plug your usb cable to it any player should charge off it. I have not seen one that wont charge off a usb port. You an even buy a wall charger that is a converter for you usb player so taht you can charge it without needing a computer. hope this helps
Hi! Use only orignal ipod charger provided by apple. Dont buy any other spurious charger and i think there might be chances of some problem with your usb port or your firewire. Try to plug the fire wire in a diffrent usb port or try on a diffrent PC.
Oh, well an iPod cannot live without a computer. The dock connector/data transfer cable is a charger itself. It will charge from the computer itself, and will transfer data also when connected and charging.
You can use a separately sold USB Wall Adapter from Apple to charge the iPod from a wall socket. The adapter has a slot to insert the USB Cable and it charges.
You will need iTunes which probabaly came with ure iPod.
Now plug your iPod in with the USB cord, iTunes should recognize it and then you will need to get songs by either; draggging them into iTunes or buying them off of iTunes.