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My 80GB Ipod classic recently froze. I took it to Apple store and the guy press the Menu and Center Button. Hold them until the APPLE logo appears twice. Then release the button.
Voila, my Ipod work again, no missing data
Sounds like the logic board is broken if it doesn't turn on with any chargers or any computers. You can try to replace the motherboard yourself, the part is available on any auction website. There is an iPod classic Repair service that can fix it for you. There is an iPod classic repair guide that can show you how to do the repair yourself.
you have a broken hold switch, possibly the slider is just disconnected from the actual switch, maybe a torn ribbon cable. if you are not under warranty you can try to fix it yourself : iPod classic repair guide.
Have you changed the power cable? most likely faulty power cable. but if that doesnt fix it your ipod has an internal problem and needs to be sent in for repair I had same problem but new cable fixed it.
In order to get an Ipod to work on your computer never plug it into a USB hub. The hub does something to the power of the device that causes it to not perform, be recognized, or charge. Find a spare USB port to plug it in and see if it will find it.
USB hubs do not work on external hard drive devices. Jump drives will work on a hub