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Mac: iSight may interfere with iPod

MacFixit reader, Bruce Nofrey is reporting “‘Like other users, I have also had problems updating my iPod with the iSight camera connected. The iPod would continue to have the ‘do not disconnect’ sign displayed - then the iPod would freeze ( clock not being updated) and finally my G4 tower would freeze. I have replaced one iPod and have talked to tech support when the second one did the same thing. We could not get the RESTORE function of the iPod Updater to recognize the iPod. Unplugging the iSight firewire cable from the computer will allow the iPod to be updated correctly.” Apple suggests installing iSight Updater 1.0.2 as noted in this Knowledge Base document.

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I’ve not had this problem with my 2G 10GB iPod but I’m having this problem with my 4G 40GB iPod, even with the latest updates for the iSight.  Back to the drawing board Apple!

Posted by Kavok on August 23, 2004 at 10:21 PM (PDT)

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my ipod just has the do not disconnect warning up and it will not change if u know how to fix this prblem please email me at no .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  but the reset on the computer doesnt work

Posted by Parker on September 7, 2004 at 5:22 PM (PDT)

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Holy shlt Marc you were compleatly right. after reading this thread trying to fix both my ipoid and itunes freezing i lloked at the back of my computer and both the isight and ipod were in the same firewire bus. After I swaped a input on my firewire PCI with the isght everything was smooth running. Thanks for the help

Posted by Appledude on October 12, 2004 at 3:43 AM (PDT)

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