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#3 ipodlinux-installer don't find iPod

v1.0_(example)
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2004-07-20
2004-07-20
futurecrash
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I've a iPod of the 3th generation with the firmware
version 2.2
The iPod connect to my PC over FireWire.
Now, ipodlinux-installer 1.0 sais "No iPod found!
Please connect your iPod and run the installer again"

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  • futurecrash
    futurecrash
    2004-07-20

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    by the way, I use Windows 2000 Professional

     
  • Jelmer
    Jelmer
    2004-07-20

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    doe sthe ipod say 'do not disconnect' when the error comes
    up? If not, please set diskuse enabled for iPod in iTunes.

     
  • futurecrash
    futurecrash
    2004-07-20

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    the iPod sais "do not disconnect"

     
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    Is your iPod accessable as a drive in windows? Or is your
    iPod a reformatted mac iPod?

     
  • futurecrash
    futurecrash
    2004-07-21

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    the iPod is correct fat32 formatted for windows and
    accesable as a drive.

     
  • Jelmer
    Jelmer
    2004-07-21

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    when i plugged my ipod in just before the booting screen
    (with the blue bar) of win2000 it began to check my ipod disk.
    And yes, it found an error. It corrected the error, and i used
    the new installer 1.1 to install it. Works fine now!

    To check/repair the ipod harddrive, use chkdsk thats in
    windows or boot your ipod in maintanensmode (hold rewind
    and forward while booting up ipod) and do the checkdisk
    thing. I think that shoud work to.

     
  • futurecrash
    futurecrash
    2004-07-21

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    I checked the iPod with chkdsk of windows.
    chkdsk has found no errors.
    With the Installer 1.1, the bug is also there.

     
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    When I try to go disk mode on ipod with ipod linux on it as
    default it just says do not disconnect. Also, when I try to
    boot the ipodlinux, it says bad command and then says
    exiting :( Please help! Thanks

     
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    Open iTunes, "Update Songs on iPod", then run the installer,
    close the explorer window and it should work.

     
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    Same problem with my G3 iPod running v2.0 over USB. iTunes
    and Ephpod sees it okay, though.

     
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    (problem seeing iPod, I'm running v2.2, not 2.0!)

     
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    I have this problem to...
    try this:
    Disk Mode: Hold down the rewind and fast forward buttons
    after a reboot.
    You can access your iPod in Disk Mode.
    And reinstall(if you want) the iPod firmware.

     
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    i have the same problem..

     
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    me 2 cock

     
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    me 2 cock

     
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    same, does not work, tried everything, installer simply doesnt read my ipod :(