I have a ipod, but recently updated my laptop, how do I get my ipod to sync with my new PC, when I connect the USB the ipod say's "connected" eject before disconnecting

I have a ipod, but recently updated my laptop, how do I get my ipod to sync with my new PC, when I connect the USB the ipod say's "connected" eject before disconnecting

See KB Article:  How to use your iPod to move your music to a new computer

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