Most of the options you show don't show up when I right click. i Tunes doesn't recognize it still, even as a corrupt i Pod, and now it just displays a lit screen that says " DO NOT DISCONNECT." I am currently living in Russia and haven't seen any apple stores where I'm at to take it to. I am so upset I use my i Pod all the time, I just wanted to update playlists and music :((You have no idea how grateful I am for this amazing solution to a problem that I thought was (maybe) unsolvable.After two days, a bit of crying, extreme frustration and cursing apple numerous times, I finally Finally a solution that worked, so simple in its execution, one site quoted £250 to help me, I refused... Smiling again, my 80.5 GB music files are mine again. ( I don't want to clear anything in my i Pod, a lot of things are saved in there which I don't want to delete)hi, iv tried literally everything and nothing is working! it is an oldish 80 gb video ipod that came out in '07.
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When you power up the ipod put your ear to the back and listen for a clicking noise.
If you hear nothing you might be lucky, and it could be the cable.
If you hear a clicking noise the read arm is jammed and the drive is bad.
If no sound is heard the hard drive cable could be bad or need to be reset.
If you are still encountering a problem visit and have us diagnose the i Pod for free. I tried the i Tunes route and deleted the processed and restarted i Tunes. I'm also not able to right click on the i Pod and see a format option. I tried a bunch of stuff that Apple suggested but nothing worked. All it did was erase everything on my i Pod and make it completely useless.
If you can't select an allocation size then the hard drive/flash drive is bad. Restore the i Pod at this time and this should finally resolve the problem. When I set up i Tunes on my laptop, finally, I was unable to connect my i Pod to i Tunes.
If you can't then again the hard drive/flash drive is bad. Allocation size should automatically be set to default. Once this has been done it should show up in i Tunes as a corrupt i Pod. I'm working with a 5th Gen and my PC is Windows 10. :)Tried this with a 7th generation i Pod Nano that I have been using since November.
If it reads something like 1 terrabyte then the hard drive/flash drive is bad. You have to be able to select FAT32 as the file system.
Only open and do this if you have some electronics experience.