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Trouble Charging IPOD

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#1 go_hercules


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Posted 24 January 2017 - 12:07 AM

I just bought a new Lenovo desktop pre-loaded with Windows 10.  I installed iTunes with no problem.  The ipod will sync with the computer, but will not charge.  I tried everything.  Re-installed drivers, completely uninstalled and reinstalled iTunes, etc.  Tried every USB port.  Tried again on the old machine and it works fine so I know the ipod and cable are okay.  The weird thing I discovered is that if I set itunes to NOT open when ipod is connected, then it will charge.  Is this some bizarre glitch in Windows 10 or should I look elsewhere?  By the way, when I plug the ipod in I always get a message saying there is a problem with the drive, but when I click on the warning to troubleshoot it says drive is unavailable - but it isn't because I can see it in itunes, but cannot see it when I go to File Explorer and look at my computer.  Any ideas on this one??  Thanks.

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