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iPod - fried iPod classic?


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biscayne

 
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My 20-month-old son got ahold of my iPod classic and now it's not working. It won't reboot or reset. When I plug it into my computer, the icon doesn't even show up, so the computer doesn't even recognize it's plugged in. I get nothing on the screen on the iPod, but I can hear things working in there. Is it hopeless or is this fixable? Thanks!
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If your son simply dropped it or banged it against something, there might be some hope. Bring it to an apple store especially if you still have the warranty.
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No need to worry..that is totally fixable..You can try the below link
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