I will admit that I was a late adopter to the iPod. I had always stayed away from Apple products. I always thought that one of the many MP3 player alternatives would fit my needs. Well, three years ago I bit the bullet and bought a reconditioned iPod. It lasted three years. It did everything I asked of it. It played music and video for not only myself but for the kids. Then one day when syncing it to iTunes I started to get the dreaded Error -69.
So, after troubleshooting and looking into buy a replacement hard drive I decided to buy a new one. Everything pointed to a failed hard drive. I was able to find numerous sites that claimed to sell the iPod hard drive replacement kits. Unfortunately, none of them had any in stock. Or so they said. Looking at the cost of this kit and the amount of time it would most likely take me to complete the task I decided on buying a new one.
This device has grown on me and I will admit that this skeptic
has be turned when it comes to the iPod.