3036 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 17, 2008 8:49 PM by benoack
Try restoring your iPod (in Disk Mode) from somebody else's computer. (This might replace everything on it with their music for the time being, but you already seem willing to wipe your iPod, so it should be OK.) If it works, then try to do the same thing again on yours. But the problem in this case would be not with your iPod but with your computer. Try reinstalling iTunes. If that doesn't work, then the issue is probably a more general one with your Windows installation and it may be difficult to find help here.
If on the other hand your iPod won't restore in disk mode from ANY computer, then the only option I see remaining is to take it in for servicing.
Same problem as noted below. Reinstalled, updated drivers, disabled and enabled the drivers, reset, safe mode, try it again. Still the computer will not recognize it.
Any other ideas?
I ahve read through many discussion points and all just point to restore and disc mode. But once I did the restore from the nano, it would never allow me to reconnect to the PC to fully complete the restore