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you have to plug your ipod in for atleast 3 to 4 days.
i know it seems long but its for a good cause becaause if you dont you mght just havt to spend another lets say about 200 to300 $' s depending on the gig.. SO JUST PLUG IT IN FROM 3 TO 4 DAYS TO GET A FULL CHARG!
HAVE A NCE DAY!
I don't know it by model number but the generation are easy to define.
A first generation nano is either black or white. It is made out of the same material as a standard Ipod at the time. Comes in 1 gig and 2 gig only
A second generation nano is multi colored and made from a metal case. Similar in design to a mini. The edges are round as well. comes in 2 gig and 4 gig.
A third generation nano is a different size than 1 and 2. it has a bigger screen on it. Can play videos as well. Comes in 2 gig, 4 gig, and 8 gig as well.
1. Before manually placing the iPod into Disk Mode you should verify that it has a charge, if not you need to either charge iPod before continuing or connect it to power. You can either connect it to a high-powered USB port, or plug the iPod Power Adapter into an electrical outlet and connect iPod to the power adapter.
2. Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Set it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
3. Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons for at least 6 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
4. When the Apple logo appears, release the Menu and Select buttons and immediately press and hold the Select and the Play/Pause buttons until the Disk Mode screen appears.
5. Disconnect iPod from the power adapter and connect it to your computer; the screen on the iPod will change and say "Do not disconnect"
If you are having difficulty putting an iPod model with a Click Wheel into Disk Mode, set the iPod on a flat surface. Make sure that the finger pressing the Select button is not touching the Click Wheel. Also make sure that you are pressing the Play/Pause button toward the outside of the Click Wheel and not near the center.