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Can i get more ipod capacity expansion. have 120gig already

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You cant get an expansion for the iPod. i think 120 gig will be very good haha. good luck please rate =]

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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If you're running out of external Hard drives or don't have a Flash drive on hand, and you need to transfer file or simply trying to copy anything externally, don't worry! Ipod can be a useful tools beside from its original purpose, as being a wonderful portable media device, this digital wonder can practically be used a portable external drive, on which you can store files, JUST like an external HDD (Hard Disk Drive) connected to your Mac.
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An example of Ipod classic packs a lot of data storage in just a small package, from 5GB up to 160 GB, and in the future, some Ipod will have more capacity (A Gigabytes is a unit of computer memory of data storage capacity, that is equal to 1,024 megabyte, so One Gigabytes is equal to one billion bytes).
To configure an Ipod to be used an an external Hard Drive please follow this steps:
  1. Of course connect your Ipod to your Mac ( Once this is connected iTunes will automatically launch and connects to the Ipod
  2. Select the Ipod on the source list
  3. Click the summary tab, if its isn't selected already
  4. Select the Enable disk use disk box, (at this time you will see a warning prompt that will explain this procedure, because the Ipod will be acting as Hard Drive (Hard Drive is an optical or magnetic disk that is used to read and write information on it)
  5. Click Ok at the prompt
  6. Click Apply, then it is ready to use.
  7. Note: You must manually eject this before disconnecting the device from your computer after you finished!

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When I connect my 120gig clasic ipod to the samsung HT TZ222 home cinema system the info from the ipod comes up on the tv as file 01 , 02 etc & the music files are random letters. i.e. I can not see...


I've managed to sort this problem (well sort of)
ipod can be connected to the usb connection BUT although you can play the music it's not completely compatable formats
the answer is to use a "Y cable" connecting to the earphone out put of the ipod to the 2 aux. (audio) connections on the home cinema

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Your netbook should read SDHC(over 2 GB capacity) memory cards. The problem might be either the card slot driver, Which you should download if a newer one is available. Or in case you format the SD as DOS then it will only have around 2GB of space, You should format it as DOS32 or NTFS so you get the full capacity for the SD card. Some pirated rather cheaper memory cards have a lower actual capacity. With some compression technique the capacity presented is higher than it actually is. If you format it then it will show the real capacity. hope that is not the case!

Good Luck!

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Does your ipod icon appear in My computer?If yes then right click on it and click on "Format".

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I have a samsung sp1203N 120gig capacity, running with a new WDC WD5000AAKS-00A7B2 500GB HD ,as the primary drive on windows 7. My problem is that my samsung drive is only reading at a 31.4 GB capacity...


On XP, it was Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Computer Management, Disk Management.

Upgrade the 120gb to a Dynamic disk and then extend the partition, or if there's no data on it yet, delete the 32gb and create a 120gb one.

Should not be that different under Win7. Hasn't changed much since NT4.0

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I have the panasonic cq-c8303u radio and i would like to hook up the ipod to it. any tips?


You need to get the Direct Cable for iPod® (CA-DC300U) from panasonic. This allows you to plug in and control your ipod from your headunit. There is also the expansion module (CY-EM100U), however I am not sure if this is necessary if you have the Direct Cable. The Direct Cable might plug directly into the back of the headunit without the need for the expansion module. Check with the company before purchasing one or both. If the direct cable requires the expansion module, then get both, however, I think the direct cable works independent from the expansion module. Again, contact the company about this. The expansion module also lets you plug your ipod as well as other devices into your headunit, however I don't think it allows you to control them via the unit. I think if you want to control the ipod from your headunit, you just need the Direct Cable for Ipod®.

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Yes you can get up to 160 GB or more now.. If you want to keep the same iPod, you can have the hard drive replace with a 60 GB. You will also have to change the back and battery to accomodate the larger hard drive. There are a number of companies that will do it for you and some will even send you a postage paid box. Just do a Google search for ipod repair. Hope that helps.

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