iPod has let me down, dosnt work

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  1. zulgand04 macrumors regular

    zulgand04

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    My ipod the 3G 10gig model, has completely screwed me. I did a reformatt of my computer. So i put all my music (paid Itunes) on it in disk mode. Now after the system install i started puting my music back, but it all of a sudden crashed half way through, and crashed my iMac. Now when and if the imac even reconizes the iPod when you click the icon to open it all i get is the spinning wheel, and after 5 min the ipod crashes. Can some one help me reclaim my music, that i have over 60$ worth. HELP.


    _neal
     
  2. xpormac macrumors regular

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  3. BenWakin macrumors member

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    ouch.
     
  4. King Cobra macrumors 603

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    Confirm that you are running:
    iTunes 4.0.1
    iPod software version 1.3
    Mac OS X 10.2.6

    Have you tried copying your iPod data to another computer with the same specs (above)??
     
  5. zulgand04 thread starter macrumors regular

    zulgand04

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    yea i have all the uptodate software, itunes 4.01, ipod 2.0, osx 10.2.6

    I tried it on my power book with same software updates and it still crashs.
     
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  7. zulgand04 thread starter macrumors regular

    zulgand04

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    i tried disk utility, but it crashs right after i click on the ipod icon in disk utility.
     
  8. zulgand04 thread starter macrumors regular

    zulgand04

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    no i just have a black screen on the ipod even after a restart
     
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