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  • 315. Re: iPod Classic
    Ivory7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    My ipod is finally coming up on my itunes but I can't add any songs because it suddenly says I don't have permission and I had to say "ok" several times and then another message came up saying error (i think 0-61 or 64) It was error 0-60to64 one of those.  Is there any way I can transfer all my ipod songs to my computer? I paid a good price for this and then some

  • 316. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    Your friend didn't have the right to give you his collection of songs... He should have wiped it first.

     

    tt2

  • 317. Re: iPod Classic
    Ivory7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Oh didn't know that. Anyhow is there any way I can fix this problem and still save my songs and maybe my playlists? It says I don't have priviledge to even change anything that is already on the ipod now..

  • 318. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    All the useful information I have to give you is in the earlier link...

     

    tt2

  • 319. Re: iPod Classic
    kitsaru Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Mine's a used ipod classic 7 that I just bought, it has a reallocate of 2432 and a pending of 48 without the format and just a couple restores. Is that bad or is it fixable?

  • 320. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    Hard to say. If a DFU restore or format will clear the pending sectors then you can start adding data to it again. If there is isolated damage which is now mapped out then the rest of the drive should work normally. The numbers might stabilize after a few rounds, but if not then that would suggest progressive deterioration.

     

    tt2

  • 321. Re: iPod Classic
    kitsaru Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    It doesn't change in response to a DFU or a regular restore. I'd try a low level format, but iTunes is still converting songs and I don't want to screw that up.

  • 322. Re: iPod Classic
    Tanner1274 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hey tt2 I think it's great that so long after your post about the ipods you're still helping people with their iPod issues.

     

    I have an issue with my classic 6th 80gb that I can't find answers for.

     

    When I plug it in to iTunes it makes iTunes stop working/crash.

     

    When I go to my computer and right click on the iPod it makes the My Computer Folder crash.

     

    It has only 8 reallocs.

     

    When I purchased it the iPod has music on it, which I could scroll through but it wouldn't play. I resotred and updated the iPod but now I can't upload any music onto it and am not sure why.

     

    The iPod turns on fine, seems to work in a normal way, no Red X or anything.

     

    Do I need a new hard drive or is this a fixable problem?

  • 323. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    See TS1363: iPod: Appears in Windows but not in iTunes.

     

    You may want to tear out and rebuild iTunes with the tips in Troubleshooting issues with iTunes for Windows updates.

     

    tt2

  • 324. Re: iPod Classic
    Tanner1274 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have a lot of different iPods though including several classics, I sell them. And I've never had this problem with any other iPod. I feel like the problem must be in the iPod correct?

  • 325. Re: iPod Classic
    Amy950 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I dropped my iPod classic the other day and since then it's pretty much been frozen. I ran the diagnostic and it came up with 64 reallocations and 128 pending sectors. I tried to check the hard drive for errors but a message comes up saying "The disk check could not be performed because Windows can't access the disk". The iPod is definitely in disk mode so I'm not sure what to do... Any ideas what I can do or do you think my iPod is completely stuffed?

  • 326. Re: iPod Classic
    Loscrittorucolo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am going crazy with this kind of problem: I have an iPod Classic of late 2011. I have had it replaced because of battery issues, and since then I have experienced four times (!) the same problem: the iPod freezes, the apple appears, and when the device restarts it's completely empty (my library is about 100 gb). When I try to restore it, iTunes says it can't do it because it can't find the iPod, despite of the fact that it appears when connected (and iTunes, after thinking about it quite long, says it's corrupted and has to be restored). Only once I've been able to restore it, but it has frozen again (and frozen iTunes too, I had to force the re-start of the Mac) and the disc made an ominous criiic-criiic sound. Fortunately it keeps happening before the replacement warranty of 3 months expires and I get a replacement, but this is really frustrating!

  • 327. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    See Corrupt iPod classic.

     

    What do the stats say?

    Are you using a known good cable to update the device?

    Is the media source drive in good condition and backed up?

     

    tt2

  • 328. Re: iPod Classic
    Loscrittorucolo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    To be honest I haven't checked disk stats. I've brought the device to a Premium Reseller yesterday, since it's still under the three-months guarantee period, I expect they will give me another one (the fifth!). Next time (at this point I have a feeling there will be one...), I'll check. The cable is not always the same, so I don't think it's cable. I tried two Macs, one Mini with 10.6.8 and one MB Pro Retina 15" with Mavericks. Once the damage is done they both fail to restore the iPod. Once the iPod has "died" as soon as I connected it to the car (Opel Insignia, never had problems with iPod connection before, I still connect the iPhone or iPod nano without problems), the last time it "died" while it was playing, as soon as I scrolled back to menu and clicked to enter the playlists. The situations seem to change, it doesn' happen always in the same conditions. I read in some discussion of a possible lack of compatibility of iPod Classic with iTunes 11?

    Thanks, Alessandro.

  • 329. Re: iPod Classic
    turingtest2 Level 8 Level 8 (46,520 points)

    I have a 160Gb classic (6th Gen.) that is working fine with iTunes 11.

     

    tt2