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I've managed to sort this problem (well sort of)
ipod can be connected to the usb connection BUT although you can play the music it's not completely compatable formats
the answer is to use a "Y cable" connecting to the earphone out put of the ipod to the 2 aux. (audio) connections on the home cinema
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yes, you go to itunes, chick on ur ipod on the left, check manually manage music. then click on the arrow next to ur ipod until the music icon appears under your ipod. chick on the music icon and drag music to it from any computer.
You can't because you can't. It is not a speaker that is meant for music, last time i checked it was pseudo something but forgot the exact name, its not able to make audio, just ticking sounds. Its sort of like the 'beep' that happens when your computer starts, you can't make that speaker play music it just beeps..
hi ericjpratt. did u input the WEP key into your ipod? if you didnt follow these steps (if u have then u better hope your ipod has a warranty): click on settings, click on wifi connection and choose whichever one is your connection (make sure your near to your computer and have a router so that your wifi can extend to more than 1 foot. and then enter your WEP key. after that return to the screen where you chose your network eg. bigpond231 and then set "ask to join network" as off
and thats all if it didnt work then ur screwed :P anyway, good luck with your ipod i know what it must feel like... that happened to mine as well until a few days ago.
I just had this issue- I bought a movie off iTunes, and could view it on the computer, but it wouldn't go on to my iPod. I looked around and found instructions to open iTunes and on the home page of your iTunes where it shows you how much space you have, you can restore original settings, etc., if you click on "manage iTunes manually" or "manage music and videos manually" and then click apply you will be able to move your movie on to your iPod. In your iTunes library you just have to drag and drop the movie onto the iPod icon that appears in the left menu when your iPod connects to iTunes. It took about 10 minutes for mine to fully upload onto my iPod- so make sure you wait to disconnect until it tells you to. I hope this helps! What I read is that when managing the music and videos manually instead of it doing it automatically, you can move the videos and music as you'd like.
If nobody has figured out this problem or if anybody else is having the same problem I have a solution that could possibly work. I had the same problem so I right clicked My Computer and went to Properties. Click on the Hardware tab, and then click on Device Manager. Scroll down to Universal Serial Bus controllers look for anything that may have a yellow exclamation point. Mine said something like Apple Ipod Driver or something along those lines. Right click that and click Update Driver... Then click Next and it should update it for you and work fine. Hopefully this will help anybody that is having this problem.