Ihave had my ipod for a little over a year now and a few months ago it got wet, but it still turns on and works fine it just won't play my music. i tried reseting it and now it won't work at all. it says to go on the apple website and when i try to hook it up to the computer the computer doesn't even know it's there. Is there anything i can do?
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ok if u have windows u need to do a search and type in anything that has to do with ur current iTunes and delete everything but the music folders and after u need to reinstall itunes and then plug in ur ipod after iTunes is open and try restoring the ipod.
If all your music is in iTunes, format and restore the iPod to a Mac formatted iPod in iTunes. There are some firmware updates as well, which restoring will give you, and these should help. After doing so, iTunes will copy all your music back to the ipod.
Try the Five R's suggested by your user's manual - you can get the manual from Apple's website if you have lost it: Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall, Restore Remember these five basic suggestions if you have a problem
with your iPod nano. If one of the following doesn’t help, read on for solutions to
specific problems. â Reset your iPod nano.
See “General Suggestions,” below. â Retry with a
different USB port if you cannot see iPod nano in iTunes. â Restart your computer
and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. â Reinstall iPod and iTunes
software from the latest versions on the web. â Restore your iPod nano.
See “Updating and Restoring iPod Software” on page whatever.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
sounds like you need a new hard drive, which has a little read-write disk in it that is getting finicky... just to get more use out of it lay it on side or other positions and hear if works ok...if so its diffently Hard drive.
you know the sandisks are 2 gigs no moving parts why doesnt somebody put 20 together making 40 gigs and replace the failing Ipods!!??? just pure electronics and no moving parts and much smaller...not like a hard drive. I thought of this over 30 years ago looking at the first plug in video game.