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How To Connect IPod To Pc?

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My I-pod touch is connected to my PC using the USB cable, but my PC has not recognised this.

I have Ripped music from various CDs to my PC so that I can transfer them to my I-pod.

Is there any easy way around this?
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You need to put your cable into your iPod and then into your computer.  If you need a new cable, then consider cheaper alternative cables and mp3 player accessories, instead of paying for brand name ones.  They serve the same purpose, but are much cheaper.
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You can use an ipod to computer transfer
program to help.I personally use iPhone/iTouch/iPod to Computer
Transfer
.It helps me to transfer my songs/videos/photos from ipod to my
computer directly and safely.It works well for me,you can give it a try.
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I have downloaded Itunes and connected USB port to computer but ipod shows blank screen
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I just choose the right software to help me, Most cases,I like to use an ipod to computer transfer software to help me to transfer ipod to computer. Because it not only can help me to transfer music from ipod to computer,but also teach us on how to get music from ipod to computer step by step that we can both understand and do it well.
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Aisha answered
There can be many reasons for an Ipod to not connect to your computer. The question is whether that happened when you first used it or have you used it before with a computer. You would need to connect the iPod with the cable that comes with the packaging. Or with the USB. Simply plug the cable into the firewire or a high powered USB 2.0 port on the computer. Then connect the other end of the cable to the iPod. IPod will import songs automatically when it is connected to your computer. Use the link below for complete instructions:
 
docs.info.apple.com
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If an ipod nano plug the small end into of the usb cable into the computer plug the big end of the usb cable in to the bit of the ipod that the earphones go in and open itunes and you've connected it
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When I connect the ipod it says "The Ipod cannot be used because the Apple Mobile Service is not started." I set up my account and everything. My ipod is an ipod touch.
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When I plug my ipod into my pc all that comes up is auto play and it says open a folder ?can some one help me
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I have a solution: Buy an mp3 player instead that uses open software instead of money grabbing by trying to run a cultural monopoly
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It is very important to connect your iPod to the personal computer in order to transfer the music. When you purchased your iPod, you must have got a USB cable along with it. Attach one end on the cable to the computer and attach the other end to the iPod. The computer will automatically detect the iPod and you will be able to transfer music from then on. This is the only way of connecting your iPod to the computer. In case you do not want to directly connect your iPod via the USB cord, you can buy an iPod Dock and connect it with your USB cord. After connecting, place the iPod on the dock and your iPod will get detected. Some people prefer using the dock as it keeps the iPod standing instead of lying down.

You will not be able to transfer just by copying and pasting. You will need to install iTunes software on your computer. iTunes software will be on the CD that you got along with the iPod. After installing, add all your music files to the library section of the iTunes and transfer all to your iPod.
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But i have facing problem in this process , i have received on comment after ipod connected,
that is your ipod is not connected to your pc,but ipod shown in my compuer, i don't know how to songs transfered from pc to new ipod.,

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