|Mar 13, 2007, 06:44 AM||#1|
ipod - "could not unmount disk"
I've got a 30gb iPod video and have a Macbook, recently I thought I'd plug my iPod in and run the "verfify disk" option in disk utility to check that all was well with my iPod. Unfortunatey I get the message "Verify volume failed with error Could not unmount disk". Do I have to have my iPod in hard disk mode to verify the disk? Or is it unnecessary to do this in the first place?
Any help would be much appreciated,
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