When plugging in an iPad in Apple Configurator, it is not being read under USB Connected so I can't update it.  Any ideas on how to get the system to read the iPad?

When plugging in an iPad in Apple Configurator, it is not being read under USB Connected so I can't update it.  The iPhoto window opens up and reads the photos on the iPad, so it is connecting to the computer.  Earlier today I wasn't having any problems.  I have shut down the iPad and the computer and started over, but that didn't help.  Any ideas on how to get the system to read the iPad so I can update the apps on it?

Hi, is the problem just to update your apps on your iPad? Here is what you should check. Is the iTunes on your computer updated to the latest version? Does your iPad needs to be updated? Do you have enough storage on your iPad to do the update? On your device is your iCloud back up checked?
Go to Settings - iCloud - Backup/Storage - see if its checked, and try unchecking it before connecting it to the computer.
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

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