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The best way to transfer music from iPod to computer is using a third-party tool like iAny Manager.
Here are what iAny Manager can do
1. Importing Music,videos to iOS devices from PC
2. Transfer files to PC from iphone/ipad/ipod
3. Getting music,playlist, apps of your iOS device back into iTunes
4. Direct Apple to Apple transfer
5. Good transfer speed without slowing down your PC
With the ipod connected, you will need to go to "device manager" . There will be a list of all devices on your computer
there. Your Ipod will be listed there. Right click on it and click
uninstall , confirm that choice if it asks you to. Unplug the ipod
then restart the computer. When you next plug in your ipod the computer
should see it. To find the device manager on your computer click help on
the start menu and Type device manager on the search option. This applies to windows systems only.
With the ipod connected, you will need to go to "device manager" . There will be a list of all devices on your computer there. Your Ipod will be listed there. Right click on it and click uninstall and confirm that choice if it asks you to. Unplug the ipod then restart the computer. When you next plug in your ipod the computer should see it. To find the device manager on your computer click help on the start menu and Type device manager on the search option.
connect your i-pod to you pc..go to my computer, seleck removable disk or the name that will appear the double click on it and open it..After this select the pictures you want from pc and copy it..then paste it in the folder removable disk or the name that you've opened....
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If you connected your nano before you installed itunes your computer saw it as a storage device already anditunes will not see it. You must uninstall the nano from your computer by going to the hardware tab on the system properties window. click device manager on that tab and all hardware installed on your computer will be listed there. Right click on the nano and chose the uninstall option on the box that comes up. Do this with the nano not connected. After you uninstall it start itunes then connect it to the computer. Itunes will then recognize it and take you through the set up.
I struggled with this issue for a while and finally found a post that helped me. Hold menu and the center buttons until the iPod turns off. Then, immediately hold the left and center buttons to pull up the iPod diagnostic menu. Scroll down to the option "Reset" and select it. My iPod was finally recognized by iTunes. Good luck :)
you just Right click on the mycomputer and click on the manager in the manager go to disk manager and see the ipod disk and right click on that and click on the drive letter and select the drive letter and click OK
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