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2378 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 22, 2009 5:24 PM by iNexxFear
Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2009 5:24 PM (in response to mariofan82195)Hi There,
Sounds like you've got a few issues going on there... If your device is not recognizing the iPod, than you could have an issue with the drivers on the PC which maybe a uninstall and reinstall of iTunes COULD fix...
However, based on what you're also saying about the icons on the screen you may have a device issue... Can your iPod's screen be found on this page?
As the image you're trying to display is this one of those under the low charging icons, which may be normal... But if you're having other issues by the iPod just stopping then that's why I say your iPod may be having an issue... Plus the version of the iPod that you have is one of the original ones which have been discontinued for a while now.
If you can't find a resolution but want this device, try iResQ.com they offer some great services and buy users old iPods to fix ones like yours...
Otherwise you might have to bite the bullet and get a new device.
Sorry but that's about the only advice one can offer to you!MacBook Pro 15", 2.8GHz w/500GB HDD, Mac OS X (10.6.1)