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White Apple iPod Video 30 GB

Everytime I try to sync my iPod, a message pops up that says unable to read disk? I don't have any disk I am really confused. But, for some reason it can always sync my music, never my movies. Any ideas?

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Your computer sees your iPod as another disc drive. When you sync check you have not got "enable for disc use" checked on the summary page. If it wont sync movies right click on it and select "convert selection for iPod", make sure you have selected the movie on the movie tab (or select "All Movies")

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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