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My ipod all of a sudden won't connect to the conputer (3rd generation nano). Seems to be happening since the last i Tunes software update. i have an ipod nano (3g) and whenever my ipod is connected, nothing happened. in itunes press 'help' and then 'run diagnostics' an select the ipod connectivity tests (3rd down). good luck and remember to follow the 5 R's if in doubt..I connect it to the usb thing and it won't show up on the computer, i Pod, or i Tunes! Have you tried using different USB cables and/or different USB ports? Then another software update which I hesitated to download, thinking (quite rightly as it turned out) it might happen again. I connect my ipod but can't find it in i Tunes to sync, nor does the ipod say anything about being connected. After the test, in ports, press the button on the side and it should go to the apple help site for this particlar reason. viewlocale=en_US if you go through the steps then it should eventually work. thank you for reading and i hope this gives success to most ipod users!!! I sometimes have this problem on my Power Mac G4 with a third-party USB 2.0 card.
While Apple makes wireless updating available from i OS 5 and later versions, users can stil update i Phones from the computer using i Tunes. See “Updating and Restoring i Pod Software” in the user's guide. It was green and looked to be about 60% charged, but suddenly went down to ZERO and said the battery needed recharging. I purchased a Belkin usb illuminated 7 port hub and ran the cable from the back of the tower, I have plugged both of the units into this, at first I restored them (Separately plugged in one at a time) I then restarted my computer, plugged in one waited, it showed up, an then the other, and it showed up. I also noticed that the battery life wasn't showing it's true charge. I am using i Tunes 8.01 (12), I have 2 ipod shuffle's.Transferring Purchased Tracks (All i Pod Devices)i Pod Touch (and i Phone and i Pad)i Pod Classic Community Q&A Transferring music to your i Pod is usually simple enough, but things get a lot more complicated when you're trying to go the opposite direction.As a copyright protection measure, Apple only allows you to use i Tunes to transfer content to your i Pod.