Okay. You will need to get all the music and photos off the device before you upgrade anything.
You will need a program like Phone Disk
), or CopyTransManager
You will need to use one of these to get your music and photos off the iPad since you don't have the original computer that it was synced to.
Once you have gotten all the music and photos off, open iTunes (http://www.itunes.com
if you don't have it) and then be sure that all the music is in the Library -> Music
on the left column of iTunes (you can highlight the music folder, drag, and drop on to "Music" on the left column of iTunes to get it all there). Once you have verified all the music to be there, go to Store
in the upper file menu, then Authorize This Computer
. Log in with your iTunes account used to purchase the apps. From there Authorize
Once this is done, connect your iPad to your computer via USB with iTunes opened. You should see the iPad icon on the left column of iTunes. Click on the iPad icon.
Right click on the icon and select Transfer Purchases
. This will bring over all the apps to your iTunes library.
Now, right click on the icon and select Backup
. From there, follow the on screen directions to backup your iPad.
After this is complete, in the main window of iTunes, you should see two options in the middle of the screen, Update
. Click on Update
Allow iTunes to download and install the iOS update. This may take a while.
After this is complete, your iPad may reboot a few times.
Now, in iTunes, click on the iPad icon on the left column, then go to the tabs at the top of the main window (Music, Apps, Tones, etc.) and go through each one and check "Sync All
" and then click Apply/Sync
in the bottom right. Repeat until evertything is synced.
Let me know if you need further assistance.