Usb Lan Cd Drivers Ky Qf 9700 Windows 7
0224 dvd writer fd b0 diskette
2003 acer tdm10 no floppy cd rom
842 ipod touch 4gb firmware
0152 multi media mini disk 0600 dvd disk
982 cd rom 6 megabyte
4248 blue ray drive (rev. e) sony dvd dt1 burner
0221 dvd player 4-in-1 7 megabyte
1111 3g dvd player 2-in-1 3.5 inch diskette 5.2 gigabyte
I’m not sure if this is relevant but The iPod I was fixing had been previously formatted so I loaded the latest version of iTunes that is available for Windows 7 (I have Windows 8 at the moment). Running this version of iTunes, I was able to see the iPod in the list of my hardware devices. The “hardware” tab showed all the system information for the iPod and it was “in good health.”
I feel I must say some details regarding the problem and solutions.
Sorry for the little amount of details. I used only some parts of the information and not all.
I tried to repeat the methods that worked for others but in vain. After a very long time I was just able to read the contents of the mp3’s. I’ve no idea what is wrong with my computer at all. But after hours of work I was finally able to find a solution.
For your safety I would always recommend to add a virus scan to your system when you’re updating. That helped me to get some relief as it found some infections.
I hope the following information will help you in the same kind of situation.
You should allways first uninstall then re-install the driver.
I didn’t think of this but while I’ve found the solution at least I’m sure that will work.
Steps to be taken into consideration when uninstalling:
-use internet to uninstall (look at compatability site and your device itself)
-You should remove all drivers from your computer.
-Move your user data to another partion.
if it doesn’t work:
uninstall program again.
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