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May 4th, 2010
Do you have a frozen ipod? Does your iPod not turn on or not sync to your computer? Before you freak out, there’s a simple iPod reset you can try to get your iPod up and running again. No, this won’t work in all cases, but it’s the first thing to try before you start going into the guts of the iPod to diagnose a problem.
How To Reset iPod with Clickwheel
*The clickwheel models include the iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Video (5th Generation), iPod 4th Generation, and the iPod Mini.
How To Reset iPod with Scroll Wheel
1.) If your iPod is connected to a computer, disconnect it.
If your iPod still will not sync to a computer, try these additional steps.
1.) Try another USB port on your computer.
If you continue to have issues with your iPod, we offer free diagnosis for iPods with our Send-In Mac Service. iPod repair is $30 labor + part cost. We offer free shipping and will even ship you a box.
iPod Reset Video
The video below shows you how to reset your ipod for models with a clickwheel. This video is also available at our Mac repair guide site.
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