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1837 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 30, 2010 9:24 PM by MoonCrabb
Currently Being ModeratedAug 30, 2010 6:24 PM (in response to MoonCrabb)You've restored, but did you restore as a new iPod or from a backup? If you've only restored to a prior backup, any glitch in the backup would continue if you re-load it. Starting as a fresh iPod may solve the problem, but you'll have to re-do all your preferences, web links, wi-fi setup, e-mail, etc.Windows 7, "Cogito, ergo iPod." (I Think, Therefore iPod)
Currently Being ModeratedAug 30, 2010 9:24 PM (in response to rockmyplimsoul)I sure did. Trying to rule out a software problem led me to that conclusion as well but it didn't make one difference. I can leave the iPod sitting on the home screen and it will not turn off either until the battery has drained of course, but as soon as I put it to sleep, then it shuts off within seconds, as long as it's not playing music, as I have mentioned before...
In all respects, this really is the strangest behavior I have seen in any gadget I have owned and considering I bought this two days after it was first released, almost 3 years ago and have NEVER had any problems since, this is quite odd...Thanks for the suggestion, I wish it was that simple...IBM ThinkPad, Windows XP Pro