|Mar 25, 2009, 06:14 AM||#1|
Can I access my dead iPod?
I have an iPod (Click Wheel) (4th gen?) which is failing / has failed. Attached are the helpful messages from OS X.
Now, I'm guessing there is no way back... But wondered if anyone can recommend a program, or something, anything..., which may let me access the disk in some way to pull any data off that may still be intact?
Thanks in advance for any help!
|Mar 25, 2009, 09:46 AM||#3|
You can try Disk Warrior.
Restore it but that won't recover your data but might let you stretch the life a little longer. I would not put any data on it that I don't have backup though, since this might be HD problem (all things die eventually no matter what).
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