An ipod has been detected...

ellie06 - Jun 24, 2010 at 04:28 AM
 Blocked Profile - Aug 17, 2010 at 06:05 AM
...but could not be identified properly.

I keep getting this message when i connect my ipod to my laptop. I had this problem before (only happens when i update to latest version of itunes) and i took everything into an apple repair shop. it turned out that, when itunes was updating, an particular registry key wasn't being deleted/updated, and it was messing up the connections. I had to pay £40 to get this fixed, but i think i would be able to do it myself if only i knew which key was the one causing the problem!

how do i go about identifying the duff key? or, have i over-simplified/completely misunderstood and would be better paying for the expert to do it? I really don't want to have to pay out £40 every time apple releases a software update!! is there something wrong with my laptop that it's not being done automatically?

Any help and/or advice very gratefully received! :)

1 response

Blocked Profile
Aug 17, 2010 at 06:05 AM
Dear Ellie06,

Please consider getting to your Device Manager and hence have its drive updated in order to have the problem solved.

Thank you.