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Ipod Classic 80GB won't sync

When i plug up my ipod, it has problems with itunes. it will not sync! itunes freezes! no songs can go on,or some, but ipod freezes when you seek, or select certain songs. some songs back out after you select them, and ipod resets when you press some menus. My computer asks to scan it' but it's unable. There is something wrong i don't know wheat it is it is said this ipod has hard drive problems is this what people mean? i also got this ipod used, but it worked fine until now. Please help me!!!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2008

    ipod frezzes and o does itunes when i try and sync it. no muic will go on the ipod.

  • cudahemi1970 Dec 20, 2008

    can some one help me with my i pod classic 80 gb it just froze and cant play or close it

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    my ipod freeze my computer and itunes

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    I have purchased an Apple iPod Classic and have had nothing but problems with it...starting off with:

    - being railroaded (forced) into giving my credit card details to iTunes BEFORE i even made a purchase there.
    - being railroaded (forced) to use the highly unsatisfactory and amateur iTunes website to sync (download) my music, the far superior Windows Media Player being conveniently incompatible with my iPod Classic.
    - every time i sync (download) my music library from iTunes i get a completely different result. This would involve random variations of the following:
    - having all my tunes erased off my iPod.
    - always having a different selection of music downloaded, even though the library content HAS NOT CHANGED.
    - having new additions to the library not being synced (downloaded) into my iPod, even after appearing on my iTunes web page.
    This is the first time i have purchased through Apple, and to say i’m highly dissatisfied is an understatement. I cannot believe that something so substandard and glitchy could possibly have ever been released onto the market and onto unsuspecting consumers. This is disgraceful behaviour from this corporate giant. Avoid Apple iPods at all costs, as this company has shown their contempt and disrespect of their own consumer base.

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Make sure you're using THE USB cable that came w/ your I-pod. I've been working on mine for an hour with the USB cable that attaches to a plug in outlet charger and it wouldn't work, but when I decided to look for my USB cable that came with the I-Pod... PRESTO! I worked!

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I took my ipod to the apple store, they ran diagnostics, and it passed everything. i thaught it was a spot on the hard drive, becsue in the process in syncing it stopped at the same number each time (i.e 81 of 334) and freeze. i recently downloaded a song from a website, when i put it on my ipod when it still worked, it would freexze my ipod each time i tried to play it. it was just that one song. then i synced again, things were fine with it for a whle until i sunced it a month later. Apple told me there was a bad song pon there and i instanty knew it was that one and i deleted it. ever since, my ipod is fine.
to find the bad songs, Apple told me to make playlists of my library, in like quarters, sync one at a time if for example the 3rd playlist has problems going on, the song is on there. and just narrow it down. i deleted each song that froze in syncing like 81 of 334.. i would delete #81. (it gives the title you know that) i ended up just having to delete 1 podcast episode and one song, and things are fine.
if you have this problem, plug your ipod up to itunes, on itunes go under the menu , under help> diagnostics. (second to last one) and run it on connection, or anyting you want.. to make sure it isn't on the connection. if not, you have a bad song. also KEEP YOUR SOFTWARE UP TO DATE!!@

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