Sep 29, 2008, 01:23 PM
I keep getting the message 'Error 1430', every time i try to restore my iPod classic to its factory settings in iTunes.
Does anybody know a way around getting past this?
Sep 29, 2008, 03:29 PM
This happened to me also. Make sure you have it in Disk mode. Then try the restore, it should work.
Jun 12, 2009, 05:22 PM
This happened to me too. What iTunes does is, unless disk mode is activated, automatically ejects the iPod when its done synchronizing. However, during a point in the restore process, it is "done" synchronizing and ejects itself.
So make sure you have it in disk mode.
However, I bought an iPod off eBay that was Macintosh formatted, so nothing can be done to it, including putting it in disk mode, so when I try to restore (and i have to restore it to use it), it fails. It will keep failing until it does not automatically eject.