2047 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: May 21, 2008 7:05 AM by llp1953
Not sure I fully understand but if one used to work and one is new, sounds like a problem if neither one works. I killed the battery in my first ipod after one year. It was new but I used it constantly. I did not know what was wrong at first. My computer read it and loaded songs but it didn't work when I unplugged it.
I just had some major problems with my computer and had to start using a newly created user account. I had to start with a new desktop and begin with new itunes library. Play counts were all 0 and I had to transfer all my music files from my hard drive to the new itunes library using a brand newly created user account. Might wanna try that, kinda fun starting with a new itunes library and making new playlists anyway. I think your 2 year old one may have dead battery, mine only lasted one year. Now I have six and rotate them so the batteries will last longer. I got one that is dead now and it might be the battery. Some of them are lemons and have to be exchanged.