7776 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: May 17, 2010 7:30 AM by Duncan1992
Error 124 can indicate trouble with the hard drive on the iPod ... but the 53 can show trouble with damaged artwork.
In conjunction with the 69, I'm actually getting a bit worried about the drive on the PC where your iTunes library is stored.
Try running a disk check over the drive where your iTunes library and content files are stored. (Typically that's the C: drive.) Select both Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
[Check your hard disk for errors|http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Check-your-hard-disk-fo r-errors]
Does the disk check find/repair any damage?
I'll run it now but, i could be wrong, i dont think its my hard drive as i sync the same music to my iPhone and its fine. but it cant hurt to check. a faulty iPod hard drive would make sense as this is second hand iPod and not a brand new one. thank you for you help so far, whilst not solving the problem it has been immensly useful
i dont think its my hard drive as i sync the same music to my iPhone and its fine. but it cant hurt to check. a faulty iPod hard drive would make sense as this is second hand iPod and not a brand new one.
Good observation ... if the C comes up clean, perhaps try a disk check over the iPod next.
Fingers crossed in New Zealand.
Hi Guys, Just wondering if you've had any joy on the 69 error, it's not my hard drive and have reset reboot, retryed on ipod again and again , ironically thought that by wiping and restarting my ipod classic if help it to work more effectively, now i can't get more than 100 songs on the pod before if stops the sync.
I know very little about technical issues , ny hypothesis based on the fact it always finds an error with the song (different songs) at about the same time in the sync it mist be a damaged section of the ipod hard drive. Any idea how i can fix this or get round it ?
any advice welcome