I should say that I can still upload music to my ipod and still use it to listen to music, play the games, use the stopwatch etc. I was just worried about this if Apple happens to release a critical update. Would iTunes give me this error if my ipod was already updated to the latest software?
I am having problems restoring an iPod to factory defaults. I wanted to do this just to wipe everything off of the 8GB nano before I gave it to my girlfriend for X-Mas.
I loaded it with music and photos and enabled it to be used as a hard drive. Through iTunes I went and deleted all the music and photos from the iPod. I then opened up the ipod in Windows Explorer and deleted the files that I transfered from my computer to another.
When I tried to restore it, it gave me an error 1413. I was able to find this information on it.
I downloaded the latest version of iTunes already. I havent had a chance to try solution 2 but I tried solution 3 and it didnt work. If solution 2 doesnt work what else can I try? Could I just go to the iPod through Windows explorer and delete the folders on the iPod (not the hidden folder, even though I did look at it) and then try to update it?
Here, if it helps, is the laptop specs that I am using with iTunes and my iPod Nano 8GB 2nd Gen. Acer Aspire AMD Sempron , 512MB, 60GB,15.4" Widescreen, XP Home Edition Notebook, AS3004WLCi - LX.A5505.A74 Windows XP