Help! Can you put a 3G iPod hard drive in a 4G?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Lau, Nov 25, 2005.

  1. Lau Guest

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    Ok, I have my mates iPod open and his 20GB 4G clickwheel's hard drive is totally gone - can you put a 10GB 3G drive in it? We just want to do it temporarily to see if it'll work - help!

    Thanks everyone....
     
  2. Lau thread starter Guest

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    We're too impatient.... but the answer is yes. :)
     
  3. mad jew Moderator emeritus

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  4. generik macrumors 601

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    Just curious, why don't you buy a new harddrive to replace it?

    I opened my iPod before and I remember it being some Toshiba 1.8" drive.
     
  5. Lau thread starter Guest

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    Yeah, it looked the same, so we went for it....:D

    He hasn't got £70 for a new drive at the moment, and we all use our iPods a lot at college to take files back and forward, so he was a bit desperate. My boyfriend had a broken 10 GB 3G (broken motherboard) so he let us use the hard drive out of that. He's a good egg, my bloke. :)
     
  6. katie ta achoo macrumors G3

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    Wow! that's what I was thinking!

    Rock on!

    It took me 2 hours to take apart an iBook, and I'm expecting it'll take about 40 minutes for me to perform surgery on my iPod when the battery replacement fairy comes.
     

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