Monday, June 2, 2008

Dead iPod?

I think my iPod is dying.

I've got it plugged into my computer and listen to it through iTunes, like I do every work day. Today, I hear an unfamiliar beeping noise. I search my desk only to find its coming from my iPod. I look closer and see this:

[It reads: No battery power remains. Please connect iPod to power]

When this happens, it disconnects itself from my computer thus my music ceases to play. After several minutes, it reconnects itself. I start to play my music. After a few minutes the cycle starts over with the beeping.

Mike recommended resetting it so I tried that, but it hasn't helped.
If it's dead, I'll be ever so sad!

Has anything like this ever happened to you? Any suggestions on what may be wrong?

I HAVE to have music at work though, so I decided to go ahead and pay for a month's subscription to Last.fm.

3 comments:

Runaway Gallery said...

thank you so much for the kind comment. very very kind. as for your ipod I can't really help because i don't have one. But if you have a computer at work try www.pandora.com it's free. very worth trying. i use it everyday.

Adiel said...

Yeah, I've used Pandora... I liked it fine, but I like being able to listen to the songs that I want to listen to rather than something that is similar to what I want to listen to.

Kathy said...

Awww man, sorry...I don't have a clue...maybe you could google the owners manual or something...