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1331 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 10, 2011 7:05 AM by the fiend
Currently Being ModeratedJan 10, 2011 7:05 AM (in response to MrBenchMark)One thing that springs to mind (for me) is if you have the ipod sitting on top of the JSR and the JSR is turned up loud. In this situation, vibrations from the JSR speaker could be jogging the iPod, causing the iPod's hard drive to have trouble reading the disc.
In fact, if the iPod is being vibrated/jogged about by a nearby hammer drill or some other heavy machinery, that may cause issues. If there is any chance of excessive vibration nearby, try placing something under the iPod to absorb the vibrations.
+Yes, I'm assuming that you are near heavy machinery - it's implied by your use of the JSR. Forgive me if I'm wrong.... and if you'r on a beach sunning yourself instead - lucky you!+
If that isn't the problem , then perhaps your iPod needs a Restore or the hard drive is on its way out.
PhilPC, Windows XP, 160GB Classic iPod and iPod Touch