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  Reply # 615762 26-Apr-2012 22:39 Send private message

How abouts installing itunes. I mean the ipod is designed to work with it...and it may resolve the problem.

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  Reply # 615764 26-Apr-2012 22:43 Send private message

Worth a go. It will install the latest apple usb driver (and leave it behind if iTunes is uninstalled later i think)

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  Reply # 615793 27-Apr-2012 00:13 Send private message

I had a very similar thing happen recently and it was due to something related to Eset NOD32. Sometimes I got a BSOD but often I didn't.

i may be way off-track re your problem but try uninstalling NOD32 and try the iPod again. If it's ok, reinstall the NOD32. This sorted my problem which was quite severe I.e control/alt/delete did not work.

See this thread:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=45&topicid=100306

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