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4G iPod HDD Compatabilities?


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I have a hard drive from a 4th generation iPod. I want to know what iPods it will work in so I can know what to look for. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and Photo. I know it works with 3rd and 4th but what about the others. i also know i can only put it in ipods that were made with 20, 30, 40 and 60 gb hard drives. thanks.
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Well, the last sentance answers your question and pretty much rules out the Gen 1 and Gen 2 iPods.


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Yeah but can you use a Gen 1 or 2 iPod because I saw some that were like 20 and 40 etc. on eBay. And it will work with the Photo?
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The Gen 1 iPods only came in 5 and 10Gb sizes. The last run of Gen 2 iPods came in 20Gb sizes.

I suspect it would work in a photo, but I don't know for sure. Have you checked iLounge?


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