Question about Apple Audio Players & Recorders
The best thing to do is to leave your IPOD connected and restart your system, this way it would boot up with your system.
Note that some ipods prevent some systems from passing through the main start-up screen. If you experience this, unplug your ipod and restart without it being plugged.
It is also possible that you might have purchased a pirated or china ipod and is not compatible with itunes. You can try opening it as an external device from my computer and copy your song files there. If it detects them when you disconnect, then you have purchased a fake ipod.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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