Take this into consideration with your next iPod purchase. The ipod went from saying "synchronizing" to "connected" and itunes stopped working when I tried to disconnect. Yes | No CommentReplyReport
opened the ipod and disconnected the cable which connects the battery with the board for some minutes 2. Judged: 1 1 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! TM backup via Ethernet Hints by Topic-- All Topics --Apps Best Of Classic Desktop Desktop Macs iCloud Install Internet iOS devices iPod Laptop Macs Network OS X Server Other Hardware PDAs Voila! [ Reply to This | # ] One possible fix for iPods with hard drive issues Authored by: mustangjames on Jan 22, '07 08:20:01PM I noticed this too. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2680711?tstart=0
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You said that you have the songs, so I don't know why you would be afraid of reformatting the iPod. Thus, the higher the attribute value, the more sectors the drive has had to reallocate.*Pending sector count*Number of "unstable" sectors (waiting to be remapped, because of read errors). Now this hint. Ipod Classic 160gb Hard Drive Phyliciamaiden Las Vegas, NV #190 Oct 4, 2010 My ipod also has the red x on the screen when plugged into a wall adapter.
This process is also known as remapping, and "reallocated" sectors are called remaps. Bleeding Edge TV 593: VRS Design Cases for iPho... I've tried to reset it (Holding down Menu and Select button, then holding down the play/pause button and select button) but it just continued on to the red X.
but giving it a try anyway...
its a simple job and can be googled No, your music is most likely lost at this point unless you can get it into disk mode and then transfer everything of How To Open Ipod Classic Sweet!!! i'm not losing any music... I would really like to know if it's possible to open these little buggers to see if I just need to replace some cables or possibly switch the HD over to
how can i fix this problem? 8% - What is your name?how to fix lcd problem of an ipod classic? 13% - When my ipod classic is not workink? 17% - news it worked!! Authored by: wyntir on Apr 02, '07 01:07:55PM This rescued my sister's left-for-dead iPod, with 1.5GB of photos from her year abroad in South America trapped on it. Thank you! Please Plug Fw
Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Topic: IPod Classic (80gb); Red X, crashed HardDrive. 08-06-2010, 02:17 PM #1 yellowette Freshman Lounger Join Date: Aug 2010 After looking around online and on Apple support, I held down the center/select key and the menu until the Apple logo came up. Please check and try again. have a peek at these guys so umm...
They will fail at some point. As you know, the down side to an SSD is the price. Toshiba's been making them for a few years now and Apple still pushes the 160 on all of us.
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I ran diagnostic and it stopped on the HD saying it can't open the disk, reading as such: "HDD SPEC: [Can't Open Device] ERROR! i hit it a couple times.. Then you run the iPod restore software and your iPod is back to factory specs. http://shpsoftware.com/ipod-classic/ipod-hdd-spec-error-diag-halt.php Now, when I plug into my computer, it shows the Apple icon, a sad iPod, and then a battery charging icon.
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