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Topic # 9198 29-Aug-2006 12:09
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When ever I plug in my ipod to my laptop which is running Windows XP Home, my computer slows right down and becomes unusable. I have seen this once before, although not as bad with my Sanyo 5600 mobile when Windows Media Player synced with the device, but this time as far as I can tell no applications are syncing with my ipod nano 4 GB. When I unplug the ipod every thing is back to normal!

Have anyone else come across this and or know a solution to my troubles!?!? 
Frown This doesnt happen on my home PC through =S.

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  Reply # 44975 30-Aug-2006 07:14
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Try turning off any Anti-Virus software you have, see if that makes a difference.

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  Reply # 45038 30-Aug-2006 23:08
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No it doesnt help at all, it seems my nano is trying todo something tho, with an icon that keeps going around and round on the top left??

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