Problem with syncing iPod?


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Welcome.


I bought a iPod 8Gb, connect to your laptop PackardBell LJ75 Windows 7 x64.


Launch iTunes (this is my first Apple device, great app I'm not registered, just downloaded iTunes), he says he found a new iPod, it says that everything I say is turned on and ready to go. Then begin glitches.


Going through the procedure of registering a new account in iTunes, and then the program shows a window "synching". After 10 minutes the sync falls out of the window "synchronization failed, timed out session". Well I thought :)


Next add your music to iTunes and tried to transfer one album just drag-drop in the device, got the error "E8004006" and then another "can't because file instead of the selected folder", and another "disk not found". I.e. Yes, the three message boxes in a row :)


Then remove the device. Stuck again — get the error "can't read the content. Make restore".


Going to do recovery, after recovery all over again, the progress of the sync in 10 minutes and the error is "timed out session"... When you try to upload anything again same error and subsequent attempts to connect the device ends with error "can't read content".


A vicious circle of some sort. I will appreciate any advice.
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Try to sync with another computer. Another cord (from friends to borrow or buy).
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Strange glitches, I would have sinned in the device and his brain, if not "the device Itself works, wifi, AppStore, everything is OK". In this case, the first thought is something with the cable/usb port/computer.
Their mistakes on the names searched for in the search engines? The second thing after checking on another computer and another wire, I would try to find out who and how he faced similar errors.
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Well obviously the problem is not the seven. May be both your laptop 64 bit? I'm not sure that they always have problems, but something has to combine both non-working iPod laptop — soft or iron. Iron vryatli if 2 the laptop does not matter, and the third has gone... Soft — OS, antivirus, driver any curves or viruses.
Fresh installation of sevens and sync after installing each program can certainly calculate what it is
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Try to "authorize computer" in iTunes (item in the drop-down menu). Me helped.
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To be honest, I don't remember how the registration process of Akka in iTunes, but it doesn't seem to pick up the device. Accordingly, the Council: try to register first to iTunes and then sync your device, but I have a feeling these two processes interfere with each other.
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