410 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 20, 2006 3:36 AM by dkldn
Oh... well, then there must be a different problem, coz that's what I tried, but the computer did not recognise the new idpod at all. Never had a problem with the old one though, that's why I thought I have to do a first time set up or something with the new one...
I have seen other posts about the computer not recognising the ipod. I'll check them and hopefully find a solution.
Oh... well, then there must be a different problem,
You did not state you had a problem.
You did write "The ipod is still untouched in its box".
Try this -> http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=61711
Sorry, by saying it was untouched in its box I tried to describe in short that I had not done any kind of set up procedere with it. It's true, I took it out once, connected it to the computer, but nothing happened, it was not detected by the computer. I didn't think this was a problem, just thought this was normal and that I had to somehow 'set up' the ipod for the first time before I could load it with music. Now thanks to your help I know how it should have worked. I'll try the solutions offered in the article you gave me. Thanks!!