Dfu problem...

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  1. Zorawar R23

    Zorawar R23 New Member

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    My iPod just turned off on me and went into the thing were it just turns on, shows the logo goes white then turns off and does it again.

    Ok so now i have managed to make it show the connect to itunes sign,
    but when i open itunes my ipod doesn't pop up. And it doesn't go into DFU Mode from the "connect to ipod" screeen
    Any Help??
  2. DarkWrath

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    If you want to put it into DFU just use the tutorial in my signature...
  3. Zorawar R23

    Zorawar R23 New Member

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    My ipod doesn't even turn off while it's connected to the computer. So that's a problem right there.
  4. iBoss™

    iBoss™ Banned

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    If you get the connect to iTunes screen (RECOVERY MODE) up, you can perform DFU Mode instructions right from there.

    Follow the link in DarkWrath's signature (great video tutorial), and do the steps from the recovery mode screen, and itll put it in DFU Mode.

    Also, if you get the connect to iTunes screen, iTunes should recognize it.
    You might want to consider a reinstallation of iTunes.
  5. Zorawar R23

    Zorawar R23 New Member

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    i just find out i have a whole different and complicated problem.
  6. iBoss™

    iBoss™ Banned

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    Like what?
    DFU Mode should be accessible anytime.

    Take these precautions:

    Unplug your iPod
    Go to Add Or Remove Programs.
    Uninstall the Following:

    - Apple Mobile Device Support
    - Bonjour
    - iTunes
    - QuickTime

    Restart your computer.

    Now go here, and reinstall iTunes.

    Restart your computer again.
    Now plug in your iPod.
    Do DFU Instruictions.

    And If you "just found out you had a whole different and complicated problem", post it, dont sit there and tell me its not working, im here to help.
  7. Zorawar R23

    Zorawar R23 New Member

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    That wasn't the problem
  8. iBoss™

    iBoss™ Banned

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    Then what is the problem?
  9. Zorawar R23

    Zorawar R23 New Member

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    it's because i have windows xp sp2 it's x64 itunes doesn't work that well..
  10. iBoss™

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    Windows XP x86 and x64 should work..

    The main problem with Windows is Vista not communicating that well with DFU Devices, but XP should be working..

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