disk cannot be read or written to

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  1. krashink

    krashink New Member

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    haha yeah I know, who puts the p.s. befor the post eh...well i do

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    ...so anyways i think if an Admin see's this, they should maybe sticky it...I know i know, it's alot to ask from a guy who really only made one post, but I am sure it will help people, and well if no sticky, cheers anyways.


    I would like to say thanks for all the help I recieved in here, but I actually didnt recieve any,

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    but to show my gratitude for forums such as these and to provide help for others, I will provide some info:

    as a network admin I was really getting frustrated with reading the forums searching the forums, trying all the fixes and cure to only have no success. It was when I was about to throw the damn itouch out the window and into the river that I came a cross a litttle post somewhere out there that fixed all my probs, well at least to an extent.

    I surely hope that my little post here will help inspire others to help others, as this is what forums are for.......


    Here’s a workaround for a problem when you sync your iPod with a Windows XP computer and you get an error:

    Disk cannot be read from or written to

    1. Disconnect the iPod.

    2. Right-click My Computer and select Properties.

    3. Click the Hardware tab.

    4. Click the Device Manager button.

    5. Expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

    6. Right-click Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller choose Disable.

    Now try attaching your iPod again and syncing. Hopefully it will work. If it doesn’t check out the Apple article: “Disk cannot be read from or written to” when syncing iPod or “Firmware update failure” error when updating or restoring iPod
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    and obviously if you have problems with the connect ipod to itunes recovery mode use ibrickr to boot the ipod....

    well anyways i hope this helps some people out there.

    krash

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    well if anyone out there has any ideas on how to help jb this thing hit me up
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