I have a 30gb video ipod abt an year old..the wheel controls are not workin for the past 2 weeks.. i tried resettin the ipod, tried formatting the ipod... even downloaded the latest version and updated the software.. its just tat the controls doesn work.. its not in hold , i'v checked it a million times,, but if i hold the menu and the center button together its gettin restarted... pls help..
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To do this, simply download itunes here
When you plug in your iPod, it should recognize it.
Then, just import songs into your iTunes Library (instructions Here)
Then, press the sync button:\
And your songs should be on your iPod (follow the same instructions for video/other media)
For more help, visit apple's website: http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/
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Are you sure its a year old, those 30gigs are pretty old.. if its making a humming noise, than its about to crash, same as computers do. it may be hardware problems, i would backup everything as soon as possible.
listen in the ipod and if you hear click click click in some pattern you may need a disk. But try this anyway: try and put the ipod in disk mode and find it in my computer. right click on the ipod drive and format the drive. then disconnect and put in disk mode again and mount to itunes. and restore again
I found this on the ipod forum on Apples website. See their site for any further assistance.
Sometimes you can resolve it by doing the following: - Download the .exe file from Apple.com/iTunes - Go to Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs - iTunes > Remove - Open C:\Program Files (default location) - Find "iTunes" (default folder name) - Shift + Delete > OK - Run a registry cleaner, such as PC Tools Desktop Maestro, to remove all old shortcuts and registry keys no longer valid on your computer. - Start > Shut Down > Restart your computer - Run the iTunes install program
This should fix the problem, however may require also to update your Windows software (update.Microsoft.com) and download the latest Visual Basic Runtime executable. One time during my clean reinstall the iTunes software mentioned an error with a vb run executable and couldn't continue the install until I found it online.