#4
try holding the middle and menu buttons on the iPod 'til it restarts itself, should do the trick.
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#8
Quote by The.new.guy
Tried this. I think the problem is my computer.

have you turned the computer off and on again? If not, try that, also, quit and re-open iTunes if you haven't already.
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#10
Quote by The.new.guy
This is something I've thought about for months. However, it will be a MAC next time.

good choice, but shhh, there are enough Mac v PC arguments as it is.
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#11
Quote by jgbsmith
have you turned the computer off and on again? If not, try that, also, quit and re-open iTunes if you haven't already.

Just tried them both. You know the sound a PC makes when it detects something in a USB port? Those two little beeps? Well, the one's it does now are all the same tone and there are three instead of two.
#12
Quote by The.new.guy
Just tried them both. You know the sound a PC makes when it detects something in a USB port? Those two little beeps? Well, the one's it does now are all the same tone and there are three instead of two.

that means device not recognised (if I remember right, been a while since I used Windows much), try a different USB port.
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#13
re-download iTunes, i had the same problem as you a couple of days ago, it turns out i just had to update my iTunes, i had disabled the update alerts.

updated my itunes, restarted my computer, plugged in my ipod, worked like it was supposed to.
#14
Try on a different usb port.
If it doesn't work, go to My PC Properties , Hardware, Device Manager, there you have to search for your Ipod, maybe there would be a yellow icon indicating that there is a problem with the drivers, you have to right click on the ipod icon and update the drivers.

I think the installation drivers are on windows already, I don't know if you have a driver cd from the ipod.
#16
You probably don't have the right cord. My friend had this same problem, and then I realized that his cord was only for charging, not for connecting to the computer, which is stupid. Try a different cord, it'll probably work.
#17
Quote by frottage
You probably don't have the right cord. My friend had this same problem, and then I realized that his cord was only for charging, not for connecting to the computer, which is stupid. Try a different cord, it'll probably work.

nah, if it worked before then it's probably a software bug.
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#18
unplug and then replug in.. If that doesnt work report back!
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#19
I thought you meant that you found out you were mentally retarded and needed help coping.
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#20
im telling you guys, he just has to update his iTunes!!!! this exact thing happened to me a few days ago!! they recently made a new version of iTunes. i did the same thing i freaked out but then remembered that i chose to hide my alerts for updating my itunes so i went on the site and downloaded the newer version of itunes and restarted my computer and plugged my ipod in and it worked.
#21
Quote by jgbsmith
that means device not recognised (if I remember right, been a while since I used Windows much), try a different USB port.

I've tried this a million times. Same sound on all 3 of my USB ports
#22
Quote by The.new.guy
I've tried this a million times. Same sound on all 3 of my USB ports

reinstall iTunes. There might be a new version out. Otherwise try the support forums on the Apple website, they're full of people who know what they're on about.
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#25
have you installed daemon tools lately?
if so
i think its called your scsi, its someone daemon tools works with for order it to make it work. i used to have the same problem, but i dont remember what i did to fix it.
also TS, restart your computer, my guess is that something was plugged in before your plugged your ipod in and the computer still might think the thing before the ipod is still in there.