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Old 04-08-08, 05:37 PM
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Ipod classic 80 Gig

Hi, I have a totally dead Ipod. It is fully charged I just get absolutely no response whatsoever. Last week I updated my Itunes, not sure if this means anything but maybe it is not a coincidence. I have had two ipods in the past and neither has just quit like this. I cant reset it or anything. Was hoping someone has seen or heard of this. Does it have to go in for repair? any help would be really appreciated.
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Old 04-10-08, 12:28 AM
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You can always ebay it
I just got 87 dollars for my broken 60gig iPod photo and accessories last week

Now I'm waiting for a new revision, it's very painful
but close
http://buyersguide.macrumors.com/
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I think there's another way to reset the iPod as a last resort, but I may be remembering that wrong. If you ask a mod to change your thread title to a specific question you might get help from someone who has been through this. Otherwise I agree with the advice to post your question in the forums at ilounge.com.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Salty
I think there's another way to reset the iPod as a last resort, but I may be remembering that wrong.
Usually holding the center and play/up button simultaneously will hard reset it. You might also want to have it plugged into the wall during this if the battery is low or dead.

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