Ok its as plain as this. I plug my ipod into the pc, register at the apple site, and notice that my 8gb has 7 gb total capacity. I know that sometimes, a 2 gb flash drive might become around 1.8gb or so but losing 1 gb of 8gb is just ridiculous. Maybe some1 could help me with this problem? They should've just put it as Ipod Touch 2nd Gen 7 gb -__-.
Thanks for reading and sharing ur time with me, and I hope u can help me solve my problem, or atleast explain why I got a lower storage than I bargained for. Thanks again.
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The touch screen is not physically attached to the screen, if water was anywhere near the bottom of the ipod it may have triggered the water damage unit inside the bottom. Water also may have leaked into the unit frying the circuits. You'll have to visit an Apple store or Apple.com/support for repair.
Have you tried restoring the iPod yet?
Use the Five Rs to restore the iPod. You will lose the data that is currently on it if you restore but you can always re-sync the data to the iPod.
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The iPod 2nd Gen changed how it charges and all those devices that once charged your older iPod, will no longer charge this one unless you get the adapter which is at the apple store and I have seen it at walmart for about $30. that device converts the power for you so it will charge. my adapter works perfectly.
oh ok. Thanks for your insight on my problem. I just really hope i can raise the capacity to around 7.5-7.9 Gb.