IPod Not Recognized by AAO.

Discussion in 'Windows' started by Ubik, Oct 28, 2008.

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    Ubik

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    I have an 80GB Classic iPod that connects fine to any other computer I use it with, but does not connect to my Aspire One when plugged in. I originally installed iTunes on my AAO, and the iPod worked fine then, but after realizing that it runs multiple extraneous services in the background that can't be properly removed I uninstalled iTunes. Now my AAO doesn't recognize my iPod, even as an external USB drive.

    Any ideas on how to remedy this? I have SharePod on my iPod (to transfer music from it to other devices) and Floola on my AAO, but if the iPod itself isn't recognized, both are moot.

    /edit: Windows XP/120GB AAO model, by the way.
     
    Ubik, Oct 28, 2008
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    Can you not just plug it in and head over to install new hardware? and select the ipod?
     
    Kei, Oct 28, 2008
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