Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My MP3 recently froze up. I reset it. It was fine for 2 minutes then shut off. Turned it back on and when I went to the music screen and clicked on Tracks, Artists, Albums, it said NO FILE. I plugged it into my computer and opened it up, all my songs were in there. I then unplugged it and tried it again and said the same. I then decided to delete and upload all my songs again. It still didn't work. Is this thing on the brink of disaster?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unseen Artists on ipod nano
hi first of all reinstall the ITUNES see the home page of ur ipod: http://www.apple.com/support/ipodnano/ get ipod updater: http://www.apple.com/ipod/download/ with the itunes change the information on each song u want to appear in its catagory good luck
Posted on Feb 26, 2006
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Posted on Jul 13, 2007
SOURCE: Only 2 artists
What happens when you try playing other artists' songs? Did you try restoring the iPod (note: this will delete all the songs you have on your iPod)?
If this doesn't fix the problem, it's very likely it's a hard drive problem, so try running the internal hard drive test (connect it to the power adapter when you do this). You'd need to start it up in diagnostic mode (after restarting by holding the Menu and Select buttons, you need to hold the Rewind and Select buttons until it goes into diagnostic mode) and then follow the directions on the page I linked to, to run the hard drive test. It will take a few minutes and should let you know whether your hard drive is okay or not.
If it isn't, then you need to replace it and if you're comfortable opening the iPod, it isn't too difficult. If you aren't, you're probably better off selling it on eBay as broken (can get you anywhere from $50-$110) than giving it to a technician who will cost more money than it's worth.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
Hi...I find the answer...Push and hold rec button and button for holding...And it will start..
Posted on May 23, 2008
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