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Problem syncing Ipod. win32 exception IpodService.exe


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Could someone please help. I cannot sync my ipod to itunes. I recieve a Visual Studio Just in time debugger pop-up giving me an unhandled win32 exception IpodService.exe [number].
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This sounds like more of a software issue. I would try posting there for more help.

I am afraid I don't have a concrete fix for you. I would try reinstalling iTunes to see if it was just a bad install.

What kind of iPod and OS are you running?
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I have the Gen III Ipod Nano, and am running XP. I have a VS 2005 Student edition installed and have attempted removing and reinstalling this as well. It almost appears that the unistall for VS 2005 isn't working b/c even after I still recieve the pop-up.
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I doubt it would be a problem with your VS 2005. Your VS debugger is just catching the problem that the ipod (or iTunes) is having.

I still think it's a bad iTunes install. Have you tried re-installing iTunes? If that doesn't work, then I would try our software forum.

Sorry I can't be of more help. I don't have much experience with iPods. :)
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Yeah, I've tried that, but hey what's it gonna hurt to try again? Thanks for the suggestions.
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