IPOD 20gb winXP, Laptop connected with Firewire

  Giggle n' Bits 10:44 12 Jun 04

Noticed in the XP Home Hardware/Device manager that there is a Yellow Exlamation mark against the "IPOD IEEE1394 SBP2 Device" ? Storage Disk ?

When the Ipod is connected the display reads with safe to disconnect.

Is there a missing driver for this fix ?

Not rippin MP3's but my hair

  bremner 10:54 12 Jun 04

Just noticed (after six months) that I get the same exclamation mark when the pod is put in the dock.

This has had no effect on the performance of the data transfer. The Pod updates automatically and therefore I really wouldn't worry about it.

  Giggle n' Bits 11:23 12 Jun 04

I am now bald and can stop worrying, the daughter is happy.

  Giggle n' Bits 11:25 12 Jun 04

when the ipod is connected and Itunes is open is it normal for the IPOD to display "safe to disconnect" ?

I was expecting to see some of the menus ?

Private mail welcome.

  bremner 11:52 12 Jun 04

While it is updating both the pod and iTunes says 'Do Not Disconnect' when complete the pod reverts to its menu and iTunes says 'OK to disconnect'

  bremner 11:53 12 Jun 04

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  Giggle n' Bits 13:55 13 Jun 04

thanks for the call and the link to the IPOD Lounge.

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