Updating windows ipod on mac
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When I go through Device Manager to update the driver under Portable Devices to install the same driver as the i Phone is using, it tells me that it is not a valid driver for that hardware.
So Windows Pn P does not recognize it as a i Pod, which is a software issue? I have run all sorts of diagnostics on the i Pod with no issues.
However, I went to my local Apple store on the way home.
They attached to one of their laptop and i Tunes recognized it almost immediately as needing recovery. The i Pod Classic is no longer supported by the software, period.
I have a newish Win 10 64 bit that has never had i Tunes on it.
I have the same problem as you mentioned, but without a solution at the moment. The older i Pods are no longer supported by the new i Tunes 12.9.
I am from Nicaragua and unfortunately here we do not have Genius from Apple: there is just one Apple center and before yesterday I called and they do not give technical services for the i Pod classic 160 Version A1238. To get the i Pod back on track, it's best to install an old version of i Tunes on a Windows PC.
Here's a link to the page for 9.2.1: https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1056? I tried all of the troubleshooting I could find on the internet and finally replaced the battery. The latest version of i Tunes on my computer recognizes it.
locale=en_US What about using Media Monkey to update/see your i Pod?