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I have an 4th Gen 40gig Ipod.
It hasen't worked for a couple of months, now when i plug it in, Itunes says its capacity is only 80 mb and so does the ipod its self.
it is also out of warranty.

I assume the hard disk is corrupt, is there an app besides itunes to restore it or check the hard disk?

I've tried several formats, restoring it, moving it from windows to osx and nothing seams to work.

Any Ideas?
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Try DiskWarrior

+Macbook; 2.16 GHz, 2GB Ram, 320 HDD, SuperDrive.
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+iPod Video Black 30GB.
+iPod Nano White 2 GB
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