Change a USB cable Check the i Pod USB cable by plugging it off and plug it in the computer again. When you checked the first two methods, but ipod will not sync with i Tunes, you can try this method.
When it still doesn't work, you can change another USB cable and have a try. If i Tunes won't sync with i Pod, it's necessary to make sure that your computer is authorized, especially when you connect your i Pod on a new computer. Restart the computer It's annoying to restart the computer, but you must find that sometimes restarting the computer will fix the problem get i Tunes to work.
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Are you aware of any patch or update that will be released to fix the underlying issue? I experienced this a couple of days ago and no matter what I did with Safari, Sleep, restarts and the like, I was unable to get this to behave properly: the fans would creep up and hit max within a short time.
i do like Safari being in 64-Bit mode and have benefited from speed increases, particularly as safari is the most commonly used application on my mac, therefore switching back to 32-bit takes away some of the advantages of running snow leopard. In the end I tried a reset of the SMC which in my case meant powering down, removing the battery and pressing the Power button for 5 seconds. On restart, I opened Safari showing only a single blank page and the Flash player showed for a brief period at about 5 - 7% activity. I also saw in another thread, the idea that the new version of the Flash plugin (which is what is now needed) comes with an uninstaller and that some have had success by using this then reinstalling. is there any chance of loss of any files and or damage to hardware?
Reboot the i Pod If you find that your i Pod is not behaving properly, you can turn it off and reboot it again.
Once the i Pod is turned on, you can try to sync it with i Tunes. At last, check whether i Tunes can sync your i Pod or not.
Ive tried updating/ re-insatlling the plugin but still have the same trouble. i just can't imagine that a flash plugin really needing such heavy resources to operate? It is definitely a bug, which will be fixed by Apple or Adobe soon. Perhaps it is enough, when Adobe brings a new version of his flashplayer, which is compatible with 64Bit. I have the same problem with flash in Snow Leopard.
As anyone else encountered such behaviour and/or are there any potential solutions to this? So, switch Safari to 32 Bit and wait like the other users ... Flash Safari are eating more than double of CPU-Usage as in 10.5.8 😟
This page contains information about installing the latest Apple i Pod driver downloads using the Apple Driver Update Tool.
Apple i Pod drivers are tiny programs that enable your MP3 Player hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
Regards memo Message was edited by: memo_78I'm finding that the new 64bit safari seems way more memory hungry than in Leopard version.
It quickly gets up to about 500megs Real mem for me.
i Pod touch (2nd generation) is model A1288, and i Pod touch (3rd generation) is model A1318Only the third-generation or fourth-generation i Pod touch can run i OS 5.