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My ipod nano blue 4 gb 2nd generation

Well i bought an ipod nano about 2 years ago wel didnt use this i pod nano because i didnt have a computer to use put somgs so i asked my friend to put songs on my ipod so she did,, well i stop using it because i didnt have somethimg to charge it with. Until recently i got a computer i connected my ipod and i put songs it worked perfectly the FIRST time (and here is the problem )--- Well the secound time i connected my ipod it didnt want to charge it didnt even show up on the itunes window when i connect my ipod its like i didnt connect anything the screen is just blank in black like it totally ignores the usb cable nothing happends..

well i hope u can answer my question please an thank you :)

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  • cherrylips12 Aug 19, 2008

    no it doesnt even do anything when i dont have it connected it to my computer

  • Jalal Sordo
    Jalal Sordo May 11, 2010

    u mean that it work perfectly when it not connected to YOUR computer.

    but when u connect it to your friend's computer what happend??

  • Jalal Sordo
    Jalal Sordo May 11, 2010

    first u shud tell me if ur ipod now works well without connecting it to the computer?? okay



    then i will promise help

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Try giving it a firmware upgrade

dowload it from ur product suppoert area page

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