? so? the ability to use computers has nothing to with your gender....don't sell youself short..you may know more than you think....your last post suggests that you can at least navigate through the machine to find what you need to find...which is good...
can you post a screen shot of the window that you are describing? the one where you see the little red !
to do this open up the tool that you used to get to that section and press the button on your keyboard labled "print screen" then open up word and press ctrl v ... save that document and attatch it to your next post
i understand, i am frustrated and was hoping to encourage courtly behavior in the direction of my post--which was received regardless, and i appreciate.
I went back to the device manager (with iPod plugged in, as it was yesterday when the problem occured) and the USB mass storage didn't have a problem anymore (the location where i first saw it is the first attachment).
When I tried to eject my iPod using Safely Remove Hardware, it told me that it couldn't stop G: and to try back later (second picture attached).
As of right now, it appears as though my computer itself is aware that my iPod is connected, however, when my iPod is plugged in, my computer seems to be taking forever to open windows, close out of them, etc. I thought maybe there was a bug on my iPod, and was planning on restoring it to factory settings, removing all of the software and restarting completely, But! I can't do that until itunes picks up that there is an iPod connected through USB.