iPod nano 7th gen locking the volume does not.
I set the volume limit lock, but it does not work, I can always change the volume manually even if I locked the volume limit. How to overcome this problem? I really need to set limit volume for my daughter.
I can always change the volume manually
The setting of the limit is the maximum volume. You can always change the volume manually.
IPod Nano 7th gen... podcasts don't sync to itunes. synchronization for podcast is on... im confused. THX!
When you say "synchronization for podcast is on", have you done the following...? Select the iPod in iTunes (click on its button on the device on the horizontal bar) to show its settings screen in the iTunes window. The side left (in the sidebar), under settings, click Podcasts. Right, Podcasts from iPod settings screen. If the checkbox for synchronize Podcasts is not checked, check it. Activates the automatic synchronization of podcasts. Set up this form as you wish, to tell how to synchronize episodes of the podcast to iTunes and click apply.
If sync Podcasts has been already verified, describe how you have the rest of the screen of the iPod Podcasts settings put in place (or include a screenshot of it).
Hi, I'm Sam.
I have an iPod Nano 7th Gen (software: version 1.1.1)
I have iTunes (software: worm 12.3.2) on a HP Pavilion 15 laptop with Windows 10.
I can sync my iTunes library of songs (imported CDs and downloaded iTunes) on my iPod.
I can't synchronize iTunes downloaded movies on my iPod.
To try to get movies to sync my iPod I have:
-In the main movie section of my iTunes (not in iPod movies or sections of the iTunes Store), I clicked on a movie and the quality of the video: on the downloaded movies, there are only two options (by default (HD 1080 p) and high definition (720 p)) while others bought but not downloaded movies are the first two options as well as two more [Standard (SD) and high definition (1080 p)].
When I try to sync a movie downloaded to my iPod with one of the first two options of quality Video (by default (HD 1080 p) and high definition (720 p)) I get this message:
'FILM' was not copied because video high quality SD is not compatible with the iPod "MY IPOD".
-In preferences, store preferences. I checked the box that says 'download high-quality SD video '. Before deleting all of my library and the re - movies download.
When you try to synchronize any re-downloaded movies, with video quality settings, I get the same message as shown above.
-The only other thing I tried (which others have suggested) is to select the movie, and then click file - create a new Version - create iPod or iPhone version. Select the movie by clicking on it, then the steps or by clicking it and then pressing Alt and then following the steps.
However when I tried to do I can not click "create iPod or iPhone version" because it is grayed out and cannot be clicked.
If anyone has other ideas/improvements on ideas on how to get movies from iTunes on an iPod nano GEN 7 please let me know.
If this can help all the movies I've tried are Star Wars Revenge of the Sith, Forrest Gump and Top Gun.
You cannot use the "Create iPod or iPhone version" command if the movie (or TV show or music video) is a purchase on iTunes Store, because the video has DRM (copy protection), as required by the content producers. That is why the command is grayed out.
Try going to the screen purchased in iTunes (click bought along the right side of the main screen of iTunes Store). On the screen that is purchased for films, in the lower right corner of the window, there is a check box for Download HD when available. Uncheck the box and find movies. If there is a cloud for movies to download, download it. When only the HD version is currently stored on your computer, you should get the SD version.
iTunes might as well of both HD and SD of a movie bought in his library at the same time. They are not presented separately, but he will say 'HD - SD"next to the name of the movie in the library list, if it has both. Most of the SD movies should load and play on an iPod nano.
So I've recently updated the software on my ipod nano (7th generation). I wish I hadn't. Everything I had before worked fine, but I thought it would be easier to reformat, updated software, and consequently to the fitness, loading podcasts less (and more recent). Unfortunately, it takes now several taps to make appear the podcasts, music, etc (and now, a box appears around each option before you can select, for no apparent reason) and most important, I can do is no longer the progress bar for each stroke of the podcast, if I want to skip the part from left to right, or all of the podcast. Very annoying. If someone else encountered these problems and someone at - it a 'fix '?
Looks like you have accessibility features enabled for a reason any. Take a look at the user guide
Chapter 11 (page 48) for more information on accessibility, including how to disable (OFF).
I searched a lot about this issue and the majority of responses either query should do, or give answers about the Shuffle or repeat.
My iPod Nano 5th generation used to do this - the 7th generation does not work.
Specifically, I want to play a Podcast, and then have it stop at the end.
I don't want to repeat the same podcast, I want him to stop.
I've seen suggestions on the creation of individual playlists for each song or podcast - much too tedious.
To be in a container, such as a container of songs, albums, playlists, you have to consider everything on your iPod. You can have it play something only once, but it will move to the next item in the container to play by default once it's done. That's why people suggested using a playlist with only one point in it.
Now I don't know if you tried to make a playlist on the fly or not, but the iPod Nano is able to do. Just go to your playlists on your Nano section and scroll to the top of the screen. It will allow you to create a new playlist ("add") or edit an existing (""). Just select Add, then select your content. You can then enter this playlist and clear the list and reuse for any other content that you want to listen only once, so it is not that much more involved than the selection of something to play on the fly, now, only he stops once done, unlike other processes.
I understand you've got a green line that runs through the entire screen of your iPod nano. It is indicative of a problem with the display hardware, requiring repairs to correct. The link below provides information about the implementation of service for your iPod nano.
See you soon!
Run Windows 7 Enterprise (64-bit)-
Just to blow the windows + L combination ctrl + alt + del and 'start'-> lock does not work. (they work perfectly for years!)
Windows + m, windows + e both works very well. right click on taskbar & works Task Manager.
checked for HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System registry entries (only DontDisplayLogonHoursWarnings (1) & LogonHoursAction (2))
No hardware changes, no new applications or other software - with the exception of the items installed via windows update (value recommended settings).
Any help appreciated...
For someone who implied that they like to understand * why * things happen... ;-)
Troubleshooting this would entail now manually install a fix from Microsoft at the same time, restart and test the features you lost before - BY PATCH.
There is no more it wasn't a single patch from Microsoft (you'll get through them all, without ill effect) or you will find one that has the problem.
On my USB connection, windows asks to format. When I try to format... .Windows shoes "Windows is unable to complete the format."
I don't have all the data in the USB... I want to just format... Please guide me the steps of formatting.
(PS - 1) I tried to format through disk management, but it does not work.
(2) I tried various applications... .but they often want activation for formatting.
Thanks for posting on Microsoft Community. You can try to format the flash drive by following the listed below as follows:
- Connect your USB to the computer and open Windows Explorer to check the drive letter of the flash player.
- Press the Windows key + X on the keyboard, and then select command (Admin) prompt. To open the command prompt in Administrator Mode.
- In the command prompt type Format and respective of drive letter and : , then press enter. Example: Format D: (if the letter assigned to your flash drive is D.)
- You may be prompted to type the name of the volume. Type the name of the flash player.
- You will be asked permission to start the formatting. Type y and press ENTER.
- The flash drive will be formatted.
If the problem persists please perform the same steps on another computer.
Hope the helps of information. Let us know if you need help with Windows problems. We will be happy to help you.
I have a minor problem. Yesterday, I update my Qosmio G20 on 2 GB of RAM and I have install Windows 7. Everything works fine even better than XP, but I notice that my blue led lights for volume no longer works.
Is there a driver I need to install or any solution that these blue lights for the volume can function again?
I m not Qosmio G20 owner but I m asking you to install Windows 7. I think XP would be the best choice for this portable little plu
Normally the lighting on Toshiba laptop to install the package of added value. It s is only not for this model, so I put t know if it will work. You should try to download from another model of laptop that is Windows 7 supported.
In addition also check the BIOS if lighting is enabled.
The option lock the computer disappeared from my screen CTRL + ALT + DELETE, and the Windows + L keyboard shortcut no longer works to lock my computer! I tried the methods described in these pages...http://www.SevenForums.com/tutorials/63008-CTRL-ALT-DEL-screen-add-remove-lock-computer.htmlhttp://www.howtogeek.com/HOWTO/Windows-Vista/disableenable-Lock-Workstation-functionality-Windows-l/.. .but nothing seems to work! Help, please! I use Windows 7 Professional, 32-bit with connection to the domain. Any other ideas or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
I solved this by using the system restore.
I can connect my iPod to my old laptop but the laptop is dying quickly. I'm trying to connect my iPod to my new laptop computer and it instantly disconnects. I tried to uninstall Itunes and all the stuff on the help page provides than itunes. I don't think it's a problem with itunes, it takes my laptop. I have attached a picture for help. The "ADMINSTRAT" folder disappears after 2 seconds and then disconnects my ipod completely. (I tried several different USB leads and all USB ports)
If you have already tried to uninstall iTunes, you must follow this procedure to completely remove iTunes and related software components
Don't forget to uninstall the different components in the exact order shown. Then install the latest version of iTunes from Apple download
Also, if your old laptop, which has all your iTunes data, is "dying", you must backup and transfer your iTunes library full to the new computer laptop. The procedure is to copy your iTunes (after the consolidation of your iTunes data) on an external drive folder, and then replace the portable iTunes on the new computer folder with the folder iTunes of the old laptop (from the external drive). This document provides full details
I was listening to just music and disable bluetooth speaker that I was listening to music on. So when I go to see my iPod, I notice it lights. I've tried everything. Now all buttons at the same time, hold the "home" button and lock button and still nothing. Help, please! I already had problems with the iPod before. I don't want to lose all my music to the iPod AGAIN! My iPod is a 2012 model if that helps. Please help!
You must keep all your songs stored in your iTunes library, on your computer. Then, even if your iPod is lost or breaks, you will not lose your music. (And then, back up your iTunes library on the computer database, so you will not lose your music, even if your computer breaks or needs to be deleted.)
What happens when you connect it to the USB on your computer? If nothing appears on the screen of the iPod? If so, what appears on the screen of the iPod?
My iTunes connect is more my recently purchased iPod Nano 7th Gen. I followed all the instructions on the troubleshooting page, but nothing has worked. When I plug it in, connect to iTunes, but then a message appears saying that it is not recognized and disconnects. I tried 4 flashes different cords, restarted my computer several times, reinstalled iTunes 4 times and restored my iPod 5 or 6 times. I use Windows 10. If anyone can help?
I'm also having the same problem. Before you continue you have to check first with the support? They would first make a remote control for your computer and your guide through the process. Long story short, I can not connect with my Apple iPod nano and my laptop gamer is brand new. But the strange thing, it works perfectly a month ago. The technology Apple suggested I take my laptop and I have a TI guy look which costs money. Honestly, I don't think it's my phone. I'm looking for this. I hope you have better luck. But check first with Apple technology.
Hit me up if you got your problem solved would appreciate it. Thank you!
I was unable to install the Vista SP2 (as it appeared later, because of a Grub boot loader installed by Linux). I tried to reconfigure the bootloader and the partitions (which allows to boot directly into Windows), but after several bootloader configurations (load different partitions as well as MBR) and some partition resizing (resize incl. NTFS partition). Windows unbootable.
I tried Windows Rescue Disk:
Bootrec /fixmbr succeeded
Bootrec /fixboot did not work until I made the /scanos (including iedentified, after having disassembled the NTFS Linux partition and putting the flag of boot loader in the MBR and the default option of grub in Windows, there are 1 installation of Windows in C:\windows).
If I then repeated bootrec /fixboot he gave the message that the volume does not contain a recognized file system.
I also did bootrec /rebuildBCD (after renamed it bcd), ultimately without success.
In total, the situation of 'better' I reached was either a Windows startup with a cursor flashing something happens (apparently find the partition but not any which boot file or OS); or the spare arriving to determine that there is a partition of Windows Vista, but (following the first option to simply repair the system) 'no errors detected. " The second option here, "Restore to a previous point" refers to that there is no previous such restore point.
It took me about 24 hours now to finally get SP2 installed, but obviously with only murkier.
Hi Willem W,.
I suggest trying the (step 1 in the link) Startup Repair and then manually rebuild the BCD (Boot Configuration data) using Bcdedit.exe (step 3) in the article below and check if this solves the problem
Error message when you start Windows Vista: "the Windows Boot Configuration data file is missing required information".
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I plugged my USB on a windows 7. He always invites me to analyze and correct or cancel. I cancelled each time, but I got bored with it popping up each time, so I said to investigate and fix. A loading screen came so I waited patiently. After that it asks me to format my USB flash drive. I can't format it but because I have files from work to home and all my other personal files out there. So I cancelled the format, but every time that I plug it into my computer it asks t format. I even plugged in on a computer running windows XP and wanted to get in shape. When I try to run it without formatting as it is said, "E:\ is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted. "My question is... what we Windows 7 to my USB and how can I recover my data?
This is common with USB drives used on different operating systems. It happens alwaysto me when I use my drive to work (which is managed since my MacBook Pro) on Vista and Windows 7 client computers. Like you, I learned the hard way you must cancel the digitization of Vista/Win7. The only thing to do at this stage is to connect the player to a computer that can read the files OR use the software of data recovery on it to get the files. I believe that Recuva can do it for free. Format the Flash DRIVE, then start again. Either way, you don't want to use a USB key as a single backup of important files because - as you have unfortunately discovered - stuff happens.
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