Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
My ipod 60gb.....
i had data stored there for a very long time untill the drive got a virus ..
so i scand it and alll the folders that where inside are missing ... but the data is alll there because i can see it in the drive capacity but no icons to get to it , what can i do i,ve even tryd to do data recver but it dnt help
and i really need that data help wat can i do?
Try scandisk to scan the drive. It is usually a file system problem when you can not see all the folders and files, or you can see some but can not access it.
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