7121 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 13, 2008 7:29 PM by dreamerNatalie
First of all, try another port on your computer. Some ports are not connected direct to the motherboard and do not recognize the iPod as well as those that are. Reset the iPod each time you connect it to another port.
Then try with the iPod in forced disk mode.
Putting iPod into disk mode.
Still no joy, see if any of these articles help.
Windows XP cannot detect an iPod.
USB drivers are not installed properly or are out of date.
iTunes doesn't recognize the iPod.
Your Windows PC doesn't recognize iPod
I have the same problem. My iTunes work fine, and the ipod too... but when I sync the itunes to the ipod, it says "there is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive X".. i tried switching but it's still the same... the three choices are cancel, try again, continue... i chose try again, and it says "the wrong volume is in the drive. please insert volume into drive X".. what will I do??
please help... thanks very much
Hi...I am having a similar problem only, in addition to it not being recognized, I can't even get it to turn on so I'm not able to even restore it. Any suggestions? I am getting the message that it is not recognized. I have no idea what to do from here. I agree that Apple doesn't want to know you when there is a problem...they are only interested in selling you more products. This nano is only about a year and a half old...seriously, they should last longer than that!