cphite wrote:Well, my three month old iPod classic died last night...
A couple of weeks ago, it started doing this thing where it'd play part of a song and then skip to the next one. I figured it was just bad files, because it was always the same songs, so I removed them and re-added them, and that worked.
But last night, I tried to add some new music and on the third song, it froze, and after about ten minutes iTunes popped up a box saying it couldn't access the device. Closed iTunes, unplugged the iPod and plugged it back in, and Windows pops up the "there is something wrong with this drive..." message. Re-opened iTunes, it says it's verifying the iPod, it appears to nuke everything and re-synch from scratch, but that fails after about 100 songs. I try the same thing again a few times, same results.
Also noticed that in iTunes, when I look at the device, it's got 80+ gigs labeled as music, and then another 40 gigs of "other"
Have an appointment with an Apple Genius later this morning.
Arvald wrote:if you have an Apple store nearby the service is amazing... a bit of a wait sometimes, but making a booking online helps.
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