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Versão atual de: oldturkey03, originalmachead, and rj713 (detalhes da votação) ,

Título:

O Death, where is thy Sting? (or Bono)

Texto:

My 60GB 5th generation iPod was working just fine – for years – but the other day it joined the choir invisible, shuffled off its mortal coil, went to meet its maker.  This iPod appears to be an ex-iPod: it's bleeding' demised.

This bucket-kicking was not preceded by a dropping accident, extreme temperature, nor battery run-down – just a sudden "F#ck you!  I'm not going to work anymore!"

I've tried to charge it (multiple times) for multiple hours, tried to reset it multiple times (and, yeah, I know the drill), but nothing.  Absolutifactually nothing.

Question: should I simply give up?  #$^#, I hate throwing stuff into the e-landfill if it's fixable, but this iPod has all the hallmarks of a hardware failure that might not be recoverable.

Any suggestions?

dispositivo:

iPod 5th Generation (Video)

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

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Editado por: Rik Myslewski ,

Título:

O DeathDeath, where is thy StingSting? (or Bono)
O DeathDeath, where is thy StingSting? (or Bono)

Texto:

My 60GB 5th generation iPod was working just fine – for years – but the other day it joined the choir invisible, shuffled off its mortal coil, went to meet its maker.  This iPod appears to be an ex-iPod: it's bleeding' demised.

This bucket-kicking was not preceded by a dropping accident, extreme temperature, nor battery run-down – just a sudden "F#ck you!  I'm not going to work anymore!"

I've tried to charge it (multiple times) for multiple hours, tried to reset it multiple times (and, yeah, I know the drill), but nothing.  Absolutifactually nothing.

Question: should I simply give up?  #$^#, I hate throwing stuff into the e-landfill if it's fixable, but this iPod has all the hallmarks of a hardware failure that might not be recoverable.

Any suggestions?

dispositivo:

iPod 5th Generation (Video)

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Rik Myslewski ,

Título:

O Death where is thy Sting (or Bono)

Texto:

My 60GB 5th generation iPod was working just fine – for years – but the other day it joined the choir invisible, shuffled off its mortal coil, went to meet its maker.  This iPod appears to be an ex-iPod: it's bleeding' demised.

This bucket-kicking was not preceded by a dropping accident, extreme temperature, nor battery run-down – just a sudden "F#ck you!  I'm not going to work anymore!"

I've tried to charge it (multiple times) for multiple hours, tried to reset it multiple times (and, yeah, I know the drill), but nothing.  Absolutifactually nothing.

Question: should I simply give up?  #$^#, I hate throwing stuff into the e-landfill if it's fixable, but this iPod has all the hallmarks of a hardware failure that might not be recoverable.

Any suggestions?

dispositivo:

iPod 5th Generation (Video)

Status:

open