My computer completely ignores my iPad.

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Have you uninstalled iTunes, Bonjour, Apple Mobile Device Service and all other Apple software and reinstalled iTunes yet?
 

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No, not corrupted, just not installed correctly
 

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Ok... I just uninstalled my iTunes. Trying to reinstall and I’m getting a page where there is no download button. And it wants to take me to Microsoft if it’s for windows.
 

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Reinstalled...still won’t connect, still ignoring! It’s the computer. 😩😩😩😡
I give up! This is a used computer never had Itunes on it until I put it on. This is really meant to be a temporary until I move. After that...a freaking MAC! That’s the only sure fire way I can use my iPad and iPod. My iPad won’t load my music right anyway, every song is its own album... it’s good if I want to shuffle songs which I do here anyway. Like a jukebox. That’s ok (I had to use my moms computer to put music on my iPad.)
 
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Did you try a different port and a different cable?
 

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That gets you really close.

Click on the driver tab
Click on install Driver (not sure what it will say going from memory)
Choose, Browse My computer for driver software
Click on Let me Pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
Uncheck Show compatible hardware
-- You can try to see if Apple is in the manufacturer list.
-- If it is, then choose Apple Mobile Device USB Driver
--- If it is not, Click Have Disk
--- Then Browse to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\Drivers and select usbaapl64
--- or if there isn't a Drivers folder, look in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\Drivers and select usbaapl64, then Click OK
Click Next
Then Click Finish.
Reboot
 

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IFIXED IT!!!😄😁😁😁😁😁😎😎😎😎
Thank you so much! It seemed a had to reinstall a driver.
Like I said this computer has some serious bugs in it.
 
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