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Re: IPod video white 30 gb
Screen replacement is a delicate job that should be done by a qualified technician, as there are many things that can go wrong, most of which cannot even be seen by the naked eye. Recommend you take the unit & parts to a experienced technician.
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This is probably caused by not allowing the firmware update to finish the installation before disconnecting the iPod. Try these steps. Reset the iPod: 1.Turn the Hold switch on, then back to off. 2.Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons for 10 seconds (until the Apple logo appears). 3.You may need to repeat the reset several times. If the reset doesn't help, then put the iPod into forced disk mode.
Put iPod into Disk Mode:
Apple suggests that you ensure your iPod is charged before following the next step. How exactly you check a charge on an iPod screen that is completely white has yet to be revealed. But hey, give it a shot anyway. Plug the iPod into a high-powered USB port, let it sit for 2 hours, then disconnect it. If you have a wall charger, plug in the iPod, then follow these steps while it is still plugged in. 1.Turn the Hold switch on, then back to off. 2.Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons until the Apple logo appears 3.Immediately switch your figures to press and hold the Select and the Play/Pause buttons until "Disk Mode" appears at the top.
For a lot of people, this solves the problem. Connect the iPod to the computer and (assuming it shows up) reset the iPod again to get it out of Disk Mode. If at this point you still have the white screen, restore the iPod using the restore function in iTunes under the Summary tab (this will erase everything on the iPod and put it at factory settings).
Don't disconnect or eject the iPod until the store is totally done. After you think it's done, wait another five minutes.
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unless you have a new battery / hard drive to put in your ipod there is no need to open it (razor & tiny flat screw driver is needed).........you are right there are no screws but this how to open it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKqN_cf_vdc&feature=related.................... white screen try resetting it with itunes (press restore) feel free to rate help
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.
Hi, iPods always say 'do not disconnect' when you connect it to the computer. That is what they are supposed to do. iTunes should open a short time after that. If i Tunes doesn 't open, then click on it to open it. You should see your iPod on the left side.
I suspect that you are not using iTunes to put music into your iPod. You cannot 'drag' music into your iPod. ITunes has to put it there.
You should have all of your music in your iTunes library that you want to put into your iPod. You have to use iTunes to put music into your iPod. Actually, this is the easiest way.
Once your music is in iTunes, plug your iPod into the computer. When your iPod appears in iTunes on the left side, click on the music tab and tell iTunes what music and play lists you want to put into your iPod.
Then click sync at the bottom. The iPod will go into sync mode until all of your music is loaded. Then it will say sync completed. You can then click the arrow next to your iPod to release it from iTunes.
When you want to release it from your computer, click on the little green icon at the bottom right of your computer screen. If you don't see it, click the white arrow. Click on the green plug icon and wait until you see safely isconnect mass storage device from the computer. Click on that and wait until you see, 'It is now safe to disconnect your mass storage device from the computer". Disconnect your iPod now.
You should be able to have your iPod repaired under the factory warranty through your local Apple store, but please keep in mind that coverage for accidental and cosmetic damages may not be included. Typically problems such as cracked LCD screens, liquid spills and internal corrosion/oxidation may be viewed as accidental damage, but a final determination should always be made by a factory-authorized repair technician.