Well first of all here is what I'm running: 2G iPod Touch (8GB) 2.2 (NOT Jail-broken) Macbook with OSX 10.5.5 The problem is the ever popular recovery/restore loop. My iPod Touch when I turn it on is showing the USBCable -> iTunes Symbol screen. When I plug it into iTunes it comes up with the message; "iTunes has detected an iPod in recovery mode. You must restore this iPod before it can be used with iTunes." So I click the Restore button and it starts to restore it and it starts extracting the software successfully and then prepares the iPod for restore. The progress bar and apple symbol then shows up on my iPod and iTunes shows "Restoring iPod" and half way through comes up with this message; "The iPod "iPod" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (14)." I have also tried restoring some manually downloaded firmware in and out of DFU mode and it simply says "The iPod could not be restored." Any ideas?