I'm getting REALLY angry!

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  1. MarcG

    MarcG New Member

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    I'm going to try some more stuff, but iTunes still won't recognize my iPod.
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    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    are you in DFU mode?
  3. MarcG

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    No, I restored it last nite on another PC, and now Windows asks to sync the pics, but iTunes doesn't recognize it. My PC dodes.
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    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    try changing usb ports
    restarting your computer
    reinstalling itunes
    and to go DUF restore again if all above doesn't work
  5. MarcG

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    If i uninstall willl it still have all my songs? I have like 400 and have not wya of redl

    and ill restart the PC, but I've tried all USB ports
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    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    well you'll have to reimport them. just find where itunes currently stores its songs and save them in a separate folder. when you reinstall just drag all the songs from the new folder to the itunes libary
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    Restarting PC might help, if you got all the songs off iTunes, then just make a backup of your iTunes folder in your "My Music" file.

    Also, I forgot about DFU mode... Try that
    (Turn off iPod, Hold both buttons for 10 secs but at the same time plug in the cable, After the 10 secs let go of sleep and hold home for 10 more secs)
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    Go into DFU mode, then restore in iTunes. iTunes should always (well, maybe not always, but almost all the time) be able to read it in DFU mode.
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    Try the Following if you have not allready.

    Re-Install Itunes.
    If that Does not work:
    Un-plug your iPod. Then shut down your iPod. Hold down Home Buttons Whilst Plugging in. with itunes Open. it SHOULD Recognize your ipod as in Recovery Mode (Note, This is Not the same as DFU!). Then Restore.
    If that Does not work:
    Try Any other computer within your household. See if that itunes Recognizes it. Then, Restore your ipod using that itunes. Then try on your Computer.
    If that Does not work:
    Try Restoring your ipod to a thethered jailbreak. Then boot it up using a booting tool, see if your iPod is recognized then.
    If that Does not work:
    Try Re-installing Itunes in compability mode. If your on vista. Install it as XP.


    If not.

    I have no Idea

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  10. MarcG

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    Guys, yo must have missed the thing. My PC does not allow my iPod to go into DFU, but all the others will. So I'm restarting, but first making a backup.

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