Question about Apple iPod classic MP3 Player
My suggestion would be to put the iPod in "Disk Mode" and see if it mounts better.
Hold the menu and center button untill the apple logo appears.
then switch your fingers to the center button and the play/pause buttons until you see your in disk mode.
reattach your cable and it should be able to mount.
If your iPod does not mount, your could be having Hard Drive problems. In which case, I would restore the iPod and see if your iPod starts acting proper.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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