Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
I have a 30G video ipod aprox 18 months old which has had very light usage. I
have now started receiving an intermittent message \'FireWire connections are
not supported. To transfer settings, etc\'. Removing the message by pressing the
central button has no effect. I have carried out a reset and a full restore but the problem persists. If I leave my ipod in my Tango speaker system it will after a while produce a rapid clicking sounds as thought something is trying to switch on and off. I wondered if these symptoms may be a sign of a failing
battery ? any ideas ?
The latter symptom (the rapid clicking sounds), is one of a failing hard drive.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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