Well, there's no need to panic - your iPod disk is probably OK. Here
are few suggestions that may help you unfreeze the iPod and get it
Step 1. Reset the iPod - Toggle the Hold
switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.) Now
press and hold the MENU and center button together for 10 seconds or
until the Apple logo appears.
Step 2: If the above trick doesn't unlock the ipod, leave the device as such to drain the iPod battery. Once it discharges completely, reset and plug it to the computer for charging.
Always keep your iPod firmware updated - you can use itunes to check the latest version of the software from Apple website.
We tested this hack with the iPod Nano though it should work on other models as well like the shuffle or the video iPods.
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Re: 30g video hang!
These symptoms are common for hard drive problems. It will probably have shown you the sad face or folder icon by now (I see you posted in November). However, it may just be a coincidence so you should try using a different USB cable to connect the iPod to a different computer. If it recognizes it then, try restoring it.
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Conect the ipod player to the computer where controls are acquired. For example, the computer would provide accessibilty to the mp3 player. media playes like windows media player, real one player, apple media players, juke box media convertors are the audio, video management software programs on the computer. As long as the computer would acquire media as videos, the computer mediaprofram should provide the transfer buttons between external connectable devices like mp3 players. However, the media players have various compartibilities recognisable as media formats. The mp3 player should have dictated the compartible format that is capable of being encoded. Important notes includes that, mp3 playes would only encode medias that have been loaded onto the computer completely. For example, if wanting to acquire music transfer to the mp3 player device, the music CD has to be extracted first into the computers media player like windows media player from where transferability is achievable into the MP3 player. Usually, the computer media player should state that the feature functionality is capable of MP3 IPOD transfers. For example, once login to the windows media player software, copy available media files from the files library into the player list area to be manipulated as transfers/sync. Also, the media player of the computer should recognise connected media devices with popup logos indicating transfereabilities.
It sounds like you need to add RAM. Tiger Direct has a link to see exactly what you need and how much your system will recognise. It's relatively cheap. Don't buy more than your computer will recognise, it will slow things down.
ok what computers model u have ill get sound card drivers using limewire to play back music sucks use windows player 11 dl from windows update doinga custum scan then add software to left list so u get new stuff in windows what computer moodels do u both have ill help u get sound going with windows xp corect
Right well XP Pro really MUST be formatted with NTFS only...
I suggest you get a third party partitioning program like Partition magic and completely remove the partition & redo it all again & this time Format NTFS.
Or if ya have a WIN98 boot disk, and ya can use FDISK, Delete ALL partitions, and remake them again, using all the disk space, then format as NTFS, then proceed as below
Then using your windows XP PRO setup Disk, start the install ...then when asked about where you want the install located, select C & REFORMAT it AGAIN with the windows setup using again NTFS file system... this should finish & then the Install should "see" your entire hard drive and format it accordingly and then when finished you can proceede to install XP.