Once the screen goes completely black, wait a few seconds and hold the suspend button down again.Apple's logo will appear in the middle of the screen while the i Pad boots back up.When you connect your i Pad to your computer, a small bolt of lightning should appear in the battery meter located on the upper right-hand side of the screen. It also lets you know the PC is recognizing the i Pad.Even if the battery meter reads "Not Charging." which means your USB port isn't capable of charging the i Pad, you at least know the computer recognized your tablet.If you see the lightning bolt or the words "Not Charging," your computer recognizes the i Pad is connected and you can proceed to step three.Next, make sure the problem isn't with the USB port by plugging the i Pad into a different port than the one you previously used.Make sure the i Pad isn't running too low on power.When the battery is close to being depleted, it can cause the i Pad problems.
The following is a list of features which were present in Windows XP but were removed in Windows Vista.Once your computer is completely powered down, let it sit there for a few seconds before powering it back up.And while you're waiting for the computer to come back up, go ahead and do the same thing with the i Pad.DU Meter works with virtually all types of network connections: phone modems, DSL, cable modem, LAN, satellite, and more. An i Pad needs to connect to i Tunes for important system updates and backing up your applications and data.You can reboot the i Pad by holding down the suspend button on the upper right-hand corner of the device.