ALL tech savy people needed! MAJOR ISSUES! PLEASE!

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  1. keebler72

    keebler72 New Member

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    Ok my ipod is acting wierd!!!! here are the problems!

    1. it won't go off i hold the power button and then slide the bar across it goes black then instant ly come back on!


    2. wont sync to itunes!

    3.will sync to itunes in restore mode but when i try i get error 1604!

    4. freezes when typing!

    5.when i plug in wall charger no battery comes up but after hours of sitting there with he low battery sign on after turning it off and it coming back on instantly the battery in full....wierd...

    6. to get out of restore mode i have to jailbreak it after that is done i get all my apps i had back all youtube saved vidds and music wierd its like it was never in restore mode.....



    to save you guys time theese are the things ive done



    1.re-installed itunes+updated itunes using itunes 8

    2.restarted comp

    3.tried on different comp.

    4.updated usb ports

    5.restored in dfu mode all i get is white screen on itouch

    my ipod it first gen and the warrenty may be up on it i got it from a friend who gave up on it. HELP ME PLEASE!
  2. jhloa2

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    sell it on ebay, and buy another one.

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  3. keebler72

    keebler72 New Member

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    when restores with dfu mode this is the deatails:

    Code:
    2008-11-25 14:38:46.905 iTunes.exe[3760:b90]: restore library built Oct 24 2008 13:46:43
    2008-11-25 14:38:46.906 iTunes.exe[3760:b90]: iTunes: iTunes 8.0.2.20
    2008-11-25 14:38:46.906 iTunes.exe[3760:b90]: iTunes: Software payload version: 5G77
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.225 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.226 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: board config = n45ap
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.226 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::OpenDFUDevice: path: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#2b3482c6
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.227 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#2b3482c6
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.233 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 1
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.237 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 3
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.241 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 5
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.245 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 7
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.249 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 8
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.253 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 10
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.257 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 12
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.261 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 14
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.265 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 16
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.269 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 17
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.273 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 19
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.277 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 21
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.282 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 23
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.286 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 25
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.290 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 26
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.294 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 28
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.299 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 30
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.304 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 32
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.308 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 34
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.312 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 35
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.317 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 37
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.321 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 39
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.325 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 41
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.329 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 43
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.333 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 44
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.337 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 46
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.341 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 48
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.345 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 50
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.349 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 52
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.353 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 53
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.357 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 55
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.361 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 57
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.365 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 59
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.369 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 61
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.373 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 62
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.377 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 64
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.381 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 66
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.385 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 68
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.389 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 70
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.393 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 71
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.397 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 73
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.401 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 75
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.405 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 77
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.409 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 79
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.413 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 80
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.417 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 82
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.421 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 84
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.425 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 86
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.429 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 88
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.433 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 89
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.437 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 91
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.441 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 93
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.445 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 95
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.449 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 97
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.454 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 98
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.454 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::UploadData: EOF, cbRead: 1296
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.457 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: operation 0 progress 100
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.457 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::UploadData: ZLP
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.458 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 6
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.458 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_SYNC
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.458 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 7
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.458 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.459 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 8
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.459 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_WAIT_RESET
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.459 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::ResetDevice: resetting...
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.525 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: success
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.526 iTunes.exe[3760:1328]: <DFU Device 0E738BD8>: DFU succeeded
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.656 iTunes.exe[3760:9cc]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#2b3482c6
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.659 iTunes.exe[3760:9cc]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x0a8a8648, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.659 iTunes.exe[3760:9cc]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x0a8a0db0, notify: 2, connected: 1
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.659 iTunes.exe[3760:9cc]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#2b3482c6, inst: 0xa8a0db0
    2008-11-25 14:38:47.666 iTunes.exe[3760:9cc]: _AMDFUModeDeviceFinalize: 0E738BD8
    2008-11-25 14:40:56.688 iTunes.exe[3760:b90]: iTunes: Restore error 1602
  4. Wipeout55

    Wipeout55 New Member

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    Which software version do you have? If this happened after upgrading, try downgrading using DFU. If it's still 2.1 or less, try 2.2.
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    Also, if it's jailbroken your warranty won't do you any good.
    And, when did this start happening (like what did you do before this).
  5. keebler72

    keebler72 New Member

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    the ipod says its on 1.1.5
  6. Wipeout55

    Wipeout55 New Member

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    OK, is it jailbroken? Because a lot of Installer's stuff now is 2.0, and I'm no expert but that may have something to do with it. TBH i'd get a copy of the 2.0 firmware (by buying it, or other ways) and install that see if it helps. The 2.0 firmware is 10 bucks from Apple last time I checked.
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    Hooray for double posting! I found this while Googling:
    http://support.apple.com/kb/TA38633?viewlocale=en_US
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    And triple posting (apologies to moderators)! This too:
    http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1458
  7. keebler72

    keebler72 New Member

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    my ipod finally restored sorta and now its stuck in restore/home screen it shows slide to turn off and battery lvl and it shows the usb cable pointed to itunes logo... and windowes says the usb drive has malufunctioned and can not be recognized what now!
  8. yanks111890

    yanks111890 Well-Known Member

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    Wait y was he disciplined wasnt he simply saying if they dont have it jailbroken they could take it to apple to see if its under warranty?
  9. noah2626

    noah2626 New Member

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    thats bull
    he shouldnt get disciplined if hes trying to help
  10. Wipeout55

    Wipeout55 New Member

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    Back on topic, thank you. Just reboot your computer, it should pick it up again. Windows is stupid like that. After that, just restore to 2.0 or whatever you are putting back on it.

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