Updating 2nd gen nano error
When the problem first started I would get the error message "-120 unknown error occurred" as well as corrupt file messages assigned to different tracks each time. Disabling the antivirus I had been using at the time. Every time I connect my ipod Windows runs a scan to fix bad sectors.
Since I have updated to the latest version of i Tunes I no longer receive the corrupt file messages, but it will still give me -120 error and stop syncing music. (Windows 7) Right before I started having this problem I backed up my entire library to an external hard drive so I thought the software installed for this may have caused a conflict but even after I removed the software I still have this problem.
Instead of a hard drive, your new upgraded i Pod will use flash memory with no moving parts for faster boot up & access times and lower power consumption. Thousands of i Pods have died an early death because they were dropped and their hard drives were damaged as a result.Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating Apple device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading the Apple i Pod Second Generation (Shuffle) Driver Utility.This tool will download and update the correct Apple i Pod Second Generation (Shuffle) driver versions automatically, protecting you against installing the wrong i Pod Second Generation drivers.This problem has been going on for over a year I haven't been successful getting my entire library to sync to my ipod, or even manually add all music to my ipod.What happens is when I go to sync or manually manage music it gets about 200 songs in, then stops giving me various error messages.
If you use an i Pod with a bad drive, just make sure that the unit is otherwise fully functional. All looked great until I went to restore the ipod and it fails. Here are some specific tips that I discovered via trial & error:1) Most micro-SDXC cards ship with SDXC adapters but you will need to seek out an SD to CF adapter that specifically supports SDXC cards.