Hello it looks like you have a HDD drive crash. In simple terms your fucked sorry for cursing. But your going to have to get it fixed or buy a new one. I had a 30 GB Ipod video. The same thing happened I got the HDD drive fixed and good as new.
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This usually indicates an incompatibility between the charging unit (in this case, the boombox) and the iPod.
Most often, this is because the iPod is a more recent generation than the boombox supports.
Check the Craig website, or your documentation, to see if your iPod model is compatible. If it isn't, there's nothing you can do.
In these cases, the unit (boombox) will usually play the iPod songs OK, it just can't charge it.
It is probably a short in the connector inside the unit going from the screen to the circuit board. You can replace the screen yourself, just have to do some google searching. Also, if you wanted to connect your Ipod to a TV, you can plug an RCA cable into the sound port. You have to have the cable that has three prongs on one end (yellow for video, red & white for sound), the other end of this cable is a 3.5" (headphone) audio plug. Classic iPods export video data from the sound headphone jack!
hello and yes it is a problem ipod's are'nt designed to be repaired because there so cheap for apple to make so with a cracked screen you have no option but to buy a new ipod sorry .even for the price that a 120 gig ipod cost thay just dont make them repairable.
you have to plug your ipod in for atleast 3 to 4 days.
i know it seems long but its for a good cause becaause if you dont you mght just havt to spend another lets say about 200 to300 $' s depending on the gig.. SO JUST PLUG IT IN FROM 3 TO 4 DAYS TO GET A FULL CHARG!
HAVE A NCE DAY!
I don't know it by model number but the generation are easy to define.
A first generation nano is either black or white. It is made out of the same material as a standard Ipod at the time. Comes in 1 gig and 2 gig only
A second generation nano is multi colored and made from a metal case. Similar in design to a mini. The edges are round as well. comes in 2 gig and 4 gig.
A third generation nano is a different size than 1 and 2. it has a bigger screen on it. Can play videos as well. Comes in 2 gig, 4 gig, and 8 gig as well.