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My classic ipod says it needs restored before it works on itunes.I did this and then it says it could not be restore with an unknown error (1439). I clicked more info and did all the steps but it will not turn off or go off disk mode where it flashes do not disconnect.

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  • maxdeblz Jul 29, 2009

    All this does is bring me back to the disk menu and the do not disconnect is displayed

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  1. Put the iPod on a flat surface to stabilize it.
  2. Slide the Hold switch on, then slide it off
  3. Hold down Select and Menu together for several seconds with two fingers.
  4. When the Apple logo appears, release Select and Menu.
  5. If the iPod Classic doesn't reset, repeat the above step.

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  • Last Modified: October 01, 2008
  • Article: TS1372
  • Old Article: 304508
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