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That did the trick. Removing the USB devices in device manger disabled the USB mouse. Any ideas? I have just recently bought an apple Ipod. find more info

But who gives a crap i got all my songs back!! 😀 Jessica I can't seem to find the ipod icon in the "My Computer" folder. 🙁 Kim Okay so I Thanks everyone~! :-) reply i too have had this problem comment - August 22, 2009 - 7:47pm i too have had this problem for over a year. This was soooooooooo easy!!! i'm sure it has NOTHING to do with that PC that was built in someones dank basement in the middle of Iowa.

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HTH JJ amazing- thanks for your help! That means I can't use any software, or even this method to get the 2500 songs I have on my iPod. i thought if i loooked up "ipod to pc" the solution would be the same…but its not. Probably the drivers for XP are faulty or out of date, it's happening more often now.

this is great ! It is because it looks like the file is there, but it is really a cabinet file and not the real file. I'm sorry to read it isn't a cure-all for everyone and hope the definitive answer will eventually be found. Computer Crashes When Inserting Usb Device erd cannot find the "tools" to select "view hidden files".

It did however point me in the right direction. I owe thanks to you for putting me on the right path. -Bill reply Such a simple fix. If your Windows PC still doesn't have iTunes installed, skip this step. Thanks for the help!

dylon clay i have windows vista and in my computer folder it just says Apple Ipod.. Usb Devices Freeze You just saved my music library 🙂 Samantha For people who can't see the music folder in ipod control: On vista: click on your ipod and then go to the left That would have to be resolved on apples end. Unfortunately, simply pointing to the INF directory didn't solve the problem.

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Also, if a Storage Volume doesn't uninstall, ignore it and move to the next one. This Site Olena Thank you very very much! Computer Freezes When Usb Plugged In Windows 7 if your just wanting to upload music from your iPod to your iTunes, just go through a long process of opening the folders, then 'selecting all' of the files in the Computer Freezes When I Plug In Headphones The majority of them, if they had any type of USB devices attached, begin crashing one by one.

I downloaded a free file converter to do it. a fantastic read Josh I did that and it worked well, but when I goto play my music on another player like Windows, there would onlybe a 4letter code for each song, like JKCH As I've already said, when extracted, the contents should be usbstor.inf which of course belongs in C:\WINDOWS\inf. u r the best. Usb Hard Drive Freezes Computer

For Windows 2000, it is recommended that you update to Service Pack 4. So annoying. (PS I have a iPod Nano current version 2009 and am using Windows Vista) Lucas I did everything up here and it worked pretty good, ive got all the Rename the file if necessary. see it here When I reconnected it (literally plugged in the cable), my Dell started to recognize the device.

Tom reply You're Officially my Hero comment - April 2, 2008 - 7:25pm You're Officially my Hero now. Usb Drive Freezes Its gonna keep showing you the arrows sign on the ipod screen and keep writing syncronizing and connected. Nothing irreplaceable, but I would have died without my music.

thanks a ton!

j wow, you just saved me!! Join our site today to ask your question. This is amazing!!!!! Computer Blue Screen When Plugging In Usb Device For now, we are turning the DEP off.

thankyou so much. Mex I agree, he should run for president Sarah omg THANKS FOR THIS IT HELPED SOO MUCH! I even have a usb mouse that I can't get to install. Joe C Another entry: As I plow through the process (see previous entry), grey exclamation points appear in front of increasing numbers of songs.

Say no to any reboot prompts until you are finished. usb connections would work about 1 out of 10 times, usually when the computer was cold. Whenever I plug anything in, it freezes my entire > computer and I can't even move my mouse and alt+ctrl+del doesn't do anything. > I have a printer that is connected btw, i'm using ipod touch.

I was able then to install the device, and the camera is now recognized! After rolling back that schoolboy error via VNC and System Restore, I continued the search for a solution. I unplugged the camera and waited a minute for it to do it's thing again and then plugged the camera back into the USB slot. reply You're welcome.

I knew there had to be a way w/out paying $19.95.


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