Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
Reset your iPod by holding the Menu and Action(center) buttons until the iPod Reboots.
You may have a dead battery, so replacing the battery could be a solution to your problem.
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If you believe your battery is not the cause, put the iPod in Disk mode by:
Press and Hold the Menu and Center buttons til the apple logo appears.
Switch your fingers quickly to the Play/Pause button and the Center Button. Hold until it says it's
in Disk Mode Now see if the iPod Mounts in Itunes.
If not open My Computer and explore the iPod disk, look under contacts and find ssamle card.
Right click on Sample and scroll to open with and click. Choose iTunes to open the sample card.
This may force mount the iPod.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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