Only says mp3/mp4 8 GB in the box, the mp3/mp4 looks llike an IPod nano
The computer dont recognize the mp3/mp4.
When plug the mp3/mp4 to the computer and go to my computer there is no device connected or if I go to Itunes shows there is no mp3/mp4 plug it I make sure the mp3/mp4 is connect properly to the computer but nothing happen, what can I do,
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recognition problem. Computer is not recognizing your device when plugged in. If "so," then it can be a cable hookup problem. To find out if your computer is recognizing the device, look on your devices list within the computer.
put your ipod in disk mode by following these steps. press and hold the Menu and Center buttons on the clickwheel. when you see the apple appear, switch your fingers to the center and play/pause buttons. whena check mark appears plug it into you computer and it should detect and mount. add music and have fun.
When you plug the iPod into the computer, iTunes should recognize the Nano after a minute or less. When it does, click on the icon of the Nano, and then click the Photos tab. Then check the box that says Sync from folder, and select the folder that your photos are stored in. The iTunes tool is not very precise or suer-friendly, and needs a lot of work. But, that is how it works. It usually only gives you an all-or-nothing choice - either load EVERY photo in a given folder, or load none of them. You may have to create a special folder on your desktop that you plan on storing only photos that you intend to sync to your iPod.
When you disconnect the iPod from your computer, you will be able to access your photos. You will also see that iTunes has created a "Photos" folder on your iPod where there wasn't one before.
first of all
what operating system are you useing?
is this the first time its been pluged in?
I know that you need your service packs 1 and 2
you need to go to your device manager and uninstall it but dont unplug or reboot at this point. go to add hardware and install it there you might have to tell it it's a mass storage device.
it might be formated wrong.