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My hard drive crashed

It crashed, and then i 'uncrashed' it by hitting it hard a couple of times, and now when i try to copy stuff onto it in disk mode, i get a crc error (cyclic redundancy check) and i cant write anything over about 1MB to it.

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  • venoe Feb 19, 2008

    i need to restore my ipod

  • noragaray May 24, 2008

    my ipod is not recognize by itunes and after alittle while it shut down my computer.

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OK.. the "hitting it hard" part was probably a bad idea.


If it's out of warranty, crack it open and check the ribbon cable inside. There's a chance you just need to re-seat the cable.

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