Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
Plug it into a wall charger if you have one, or back onto the computer to see if it will charge, as it might be a low battery issue.
If not, press and hold Menu and select/center, until the ipod reboots/resets, and you see the apple menu. Then your ipod should be working.
If it still does not, press menu+select again to reset, but right as it shows the apple logo/when you hear the hard disk moving (if you have a video/classic/one with a hard disk) move your finger from menu to play, while keeping your finger on center. This will engage Disk mode, where you can plug it into your computer and format the disk.
This will erase all songs/data. once you have formatted (to FAT32) through My Computer (by right clicking your ipod, and clicking format) Open iTunes and 'restore' your ipod, which will reinstall the firmware/software. For formatting, you can do 'quick format' if you want, it doesn't matter.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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