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Versione corrente di: AndrewNoNumbers ,

Titolo:

Won't charge or sync

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Here the story:When I replacedpicked up my Nano with a Sansa as my main DAP aboutafter a year ago. Soof non-use, the Nanobattery was just sitting there this whole time. Now my Sansa's broken (separate issue =\), socompletely dead (the battery did hold a good charge from what I want to useremember before). I plugged my Nano forinto my computer, and Windows showed a while"USB Device was not recognized" bubble. The Nano itself managed to boot up after a few seconds. However the battery bar shows a tiny red sliver rather than a charging sign and the backlight does not come on. As soon as I disconnect, the iPod dies. And trust me, I've tried multiple computers/USB cables/wall chargers.
Here the story:When I replacedpicked up my Nano with a Sansa as my main DAP aboutafter a year ago. Soof non-use, the Nanobattery was just sitting there this whole time. Now my Sansa's broken (separate issue =\), socompletely dead (the battery did hold a good charge from what I want to useremember before). I plugged my Nano forinto my computer, and Windows showed a while"USB Device was not recognized" bubble. The Nano itself managed to boot up after a few seconds. However the battery bar shows a tiny red sliver rather than a charging sign and the backlight does not come on. As soon as I disconnect, the iPod dies. And trust me, I've tried multiple computers/USB cables/wall chargers.
 
When I picked up my Nano after a year of neglect, the battery was completely dead (the battery did hold a good charge from what I remember before). I plugged my Nano into my computer, and Windows showed a "USB Device was not recognized" bubble. The Nano itself managed to boot up after a few seconds. However the battery bar shows a tiny red sliver rather than a charging sign and the backlight does not come on. As soon as I disconnect, the iPod dies. And trust me, I've tried multiple computers/USB cables/wall chargers.

So
So there's my symptoms. Any suggestions would be awesome. I'm quite clueless at the moment. It would seem like the battery's dead, since that'sthat seems to be common for an iPod at this age. However I don't understand why the iPod can't sync if it's only the battery that's dead. I mean, laptops can function perfectly fine on AC with the battery out.
When I picked up my Nano after a year of neglect, the battery was completely dead (the battery did hold a good charge from what I remember before). I plugged my Nano into my computer, and Windows showed a "USB Device was not recognized" bubble. The Nano itself managed to boot up after a few seconds. However the battery bar shows a tiny red sliver rather than a charging sign and the backlight does not come on. As soon as I disconnect, the iPod dies. And trust me, I've tried multiple computers/USB cables/wall chargers.

So
So there's my symptoms. Any suggestions would be awesome. I'm quite clueless at the moment. It would seem like the battery's dead, since that'sthat seems to be common for an iPod at this age. However I don't understand why the iPod can't sync if it's only the battery that's dead. I mean, laptops can function perfectly fine on AC with the battery out.

Dispositivo:

iPod Nano 2nd Generation

Stato:

open

Post originale di: AndrewNoNumbers ,

Titolo:

Won't charge or sync

Testo:

Here the story: I replaced my Nano with a Sansa as my main DAP about a year ago. So the Nano was just sitting there this whole time. Now my Sansa's broken (separate issue =\), so I want to use my Nano for a while.

When I picked up my Nano after a year of neglect, the battery was completely dead (the battery did hold a good charge from what I remember before). I plugged my Nano into my computer, and Windows showed a "USB Device was not recognized" bubble. The Nano itself managed to boot up after a few seconds. However the battery bar shows a tiny red sliver rather than a charging sign and the backlight does not come on. As soon as I disconnect, the iPod dies. And trust me, I've tried multiple computers/USB cables/wall chargers.

So there's my symptoms. Any suggestions would be awesome. I'm quite clueless at the moment. It would seem like the battery's dead, since that's seems to be common for an iPod at this age. However I don't understand why the iPod can't sync if it's only the battery that's dead. I mean, laptops can function perfectly fine on AC with the battery out.

Dispositivo:

iPod Nano 2nd Generation

Stato:

open