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Currently Being ModeratedMay 29, 2007 5:22 PM (in response to mom-of-teen)Try changing the iPod's drive letter-
CGToshiba Satellite Laptop A75 Series, Windows XP, iPod w/ Color Display (20GB) + iPod Video Black (30GB)
Currently Being ModeratedMay 29, 2007 6:55 PM (in response to mom-of-teen)Hi mom-of-teen,
If changing the iPod's drive letter doesn't help, then you could try reformatting your iPod in Windows, followed by a restore:
1 - Connect your iPod to your computer.
2 - When iTunes has finished syncing with your iPod, open "My Computer".
3 - Right-click on your iPod, and click on "Format". (If your iPod is not showing in My Computer, make sure that disk use isn’t enabled in iTunes).
4 - Here, verify that your formatting settings are "Default", with the format type set for FAT32. Also, make sure that "Quick Scan" is not selected.
5 - Then, click on "OK" to begin the formatting process.
6 - When this is complete (it might take a while), make sure to restore your iPod in iTunes again, so as to properly reload the firmware back onto it again.
-Kylene"Nicole" - white 1 GB Nano | "Natalie" - pink 4 GB Nano (Second Generation), Windows XP, iTunes v. 22.214.171.124
Currently Being ModeratedJun 2, 2007 2:52 PM (in response to mom-of-teen)mom-of-teen, are your "do not disconnect" sign and battery power indicator on the IPOD black? They used to have color right? If so, the same thing is wrong with mine as is urs.Dell, Windows XP