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Re: Remove minor scratches from ipod classic 120 gb?
There should be some type of healing solution that you could buy at walmart. its cheap and easy to use! but i dont remember the name. try to get a case that is clear so you can see the mirror yet it covers it good. hard plastic is the best!
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Sometimes it is easiest to start over. In the case of the popular iPod, clearing the hard drive is the easiest way to remove the files and restore the drive. The process is rather basic using the Apple iTunes software. Once your 120 GB iPod is restored, you can quickly sync all of your songs saved on your computer back onto the iPod. Properly complete the restoration process and enjoy your revitalized iPod. Open the iTunes application on your computer. If you do not yet have the iTunes application, you can download it from Apple's website for free. From there you can easily download and install it. Open the folders on your computer which contain your saved music files and drag and drop them into iTunes. If prompted to convert to M4a, select "Convert." Connect your 120GB iPod to the computer using the provided USB cable. Click the "Restore" button on the main screen in iTunes, then click "Restore" a second time once prompted to initiate the restore process. Click the "Next" option, then "OK" once the restoration is complete. Your music will no longer be on your iPod, but will remain in your iTunes library. Click the "Sync" button on the bottom left side of the iTunes screen to sync the music library with the iPod.
It is best to remove off all the files from your IPOD and then reset the player. Now using the media convertor for Apple ipods- itunes- you can convert and copy all the safe files to the player . Once done the player must work without hanging and if not there is fault within the memory or processor. Download itunes from the Apple website.
check the disk format of the ipod,is it exFAT. exFAT is the new format for windows but it doesnt support most drives made before win 7 and vista,so try formatting in FAT32 on a win XP ,if not possible then try it on a MAC machine.MAC formats all support all types of ipods.
Open the iPod classic and clean and dry it out as much as you can. Here's a guide on how to disassemble an iPod classic. Maybe a tech savy friend can do it for you. If you want to pay to have a service do it for you there are third partyiPod Repair Services.
1st did u check the option for when you plug in the ipod that itunes comes up? if u did have the computer on and but don't hav itunes open n it should come up... the un-check all your music, pic, vids pretty much everything and sync it. Then repeat the process but check all your things angin and sync.
Plug your iPod in and open iTunes, select your device and you should see a picture of your iPod model with some details about it to the side, now look up and you should see a bunch of tabs that say "Music," "Videos," etc. click the one that says "Games," check the box that says "Sync selected Games," now select the games you want on your iPod.
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