(on my PC is windows 7 64b, sister have windows 7 32b)I tried different i Pod 80GB (never rockboxed) and again i Tunes said same error! I doesn't matter Darn, didn't work out for me.I tryed DFU with next i Pod classic 6G 160GB and same error again! I'll try again in the next couple days on a different system.And yes, the date/time on both my i Pod and i Tunes is accurate.This article will show you how to proceed if your i Pod Touch, i Pad or i Phone is not detected or not recognized.I tried all USB ports on my PC, I tried 4 genuine USB cables, I tried reboot PC, I tried Uninstall i Tunes and instal it again, but always get the same error.I borrowed my sisters PC and install i Tunes and try DFU - again the same problem! If I had wrote this dfu file with ipoddfu.py, I might be able to restore my i Pod without i [email protected] - it's updated on the i Pod after I play the albums, but once I hook the i Pod up to i Tunes, it's like I never played certain albums (i.e.they don't appear in the Recently Played list on either the i Pod or i Tunes, and the Play Count/Last Played stats don't show the albums as having played recently)[email protected] - thanks. I don't think this is an issue with the "Recently played" playlist (or any playlist for that matter).
She found it and plugged it in and charged it up with the wall wart. Install itunes9, it sees the ipod, clicked to update and waited. Software updates are always inherently dangerous but collateral risk for a few is acceptable. I could have taken it to Apple or an authorized repair to get it "fixed" but they will not acknowledge it is a problem as their fault and charge you repair costs.The i Pod Classic (stylized and marketed as i Pod classic and formerly just i Pod) is a portable media player created and formerly marketed by Apple Inc.There were six generations of the i Pod Classic, as well as a spin-off (the i Pod Photo) that was later re-integrated into the main i Pod line.The buttons are: The i Pod's operating system is stored on its dedicated storage medium.
An additional NOR flash ROM chip (either 1 MB or 512 KB) contains a bootloader program that tells the device to load its OS from the storage medium.
All generations used a 1.8-inch (46 mm) hard drive for storage.