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I have 2 other ipods in use and performing without flaw.
I purchased a new 16 Gb nano 5th generation that I have been unable to get o to connect and sync with my computer.
My computer detects new hardware, but when I click for windows to search for driver automatically is says it was unable to find a driver, even if I point to System32 same thing.
Device manager shows under other devices: iPod with a yellow question mark on it.
If I plug any of the other two ipods I have they work perfectly.