|Theres an icon in the tray showing No connection.|
I opened iTunes, downloaded an older ipod firmware, used the shift-click thing in iTunes when restoring but there was an error. A bunch of sites gave a way to fix that error number, which was:
1. Open in notepad: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
2. Add "184.108.40.206 gs.apple.com" at the end.
Then my computer stopped recognizing the iTouch.
Yes, I think I have that.
No they're wired. Also, the computer has no PS/2 ports so I can't try that type of mouse/KB.