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not post a blank message. Please type your message and try again. Rock8860 Level 1 (0 points) Q: Received error 1439 when trying to restore my classic. Ipod froze after playing on a Bose error 1439 when restoring ipod classic sound dock. went to reset and then instructed to restore to factory settings. error 1439 ipod cannot be restored Got error 1439 when restore did not work. tried turning off and on computer, switching USB ports, and also downloaded
Ipod Classic Wont Restore Error 1439latest itunes iPod classic, Windows Vista Posted on Sep 18, 2012 7:08 AM I have this question too Close Q: Received error 1439 when trying to restore my classic. All replies Helpful
Can't Restore Ipod Classic Error 1439answers by Rock8860, Rock8860 Sep 18, 2012 7:26 AM in response to Rock8860 Level 1 (0 points) Sep 18, 2012 7:26 AM in response to Rock8860 Tried Restoring from disk mode and received the same error Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by planb77, planb77 Sep 19, 2012 7:06 AM in response to Rock8860 Level 7 (32,341 points) Sep 19, 2012 7:06 AM ipod won't restore 1439 in response to Rock8860 I assume you have seen this article regarding this error message.iPod: Cannot restore or update in iTunes with error 1415, 1417, 1418, 1428, 1429, 1430, 1436, or 1439It could be an indication or a damaged or dying hard drive. I would recommend doing a disk diagnostic on the iPod's HD using the instructions given by turingtest2 in this older thread. He also covers what the resulting numbers indicate.https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3784647?start=0&tstart=0B-rock Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by turingtest2, turingtest2 Oct 16, 2012 11:52 AM in response to Rock8860 Level 10 (87,604 points) Apple TV Oct 16, 2012 11:52 AM in response to Rock8860 Be good to know what the diagnostic results are.I've also just run into an issue where I couldn't restore an iPod with a corrupt file system, and the "super fix" in that linked article wasn't working for me. I've run across a potentially useful workaround.iPod Classic went on the fritz today just after syncing. Couldn't restore via iTunes, kept getting 1439 errors, Windows wouldn't format as FAT32, claimed the "Volume is too big for FAT32". Finally tracked down EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition (Free) and formatted a
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Error Restoring Ipod TouchForum Parts & Tools Store Teardowns Translate « Back to Answers Index error 1439 ipod classic 160gb 133217 iPod Classic Model A1238 / 80, 120, or 160 GB hard drive / black or silver metal front 1439 ipod error 1429 error ipod classic restore 775 Questions View all Mikayla Rep: 73 2 2 Posted: 06/25/2013 Options Permalink History Subscribe Unsubscribe How can I get my iPod Classic to Restore? Nothing works! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4306107?tstart=0 When I plugged my iPod into the computer this week, iTunes tells me it is corrupted and needs to be restored. When I attempt to restore it, it tells me that it can't be restored and gives me error code "1439." I have installed the newest iTunes and have repeated this process many times. I have tried different USB ports and cords. I have https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/133217/How+can+I+get+my+iPod+Classic+to+Restore+Nothing+works! a PC (with Windows Vista) and when I put my iPod in "disc mode" and went to it's properties, it also will not restore. Help! Answer this question I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question? Yes No Voted Undo Score 6 Cancel Comments: What properties did it show you when you were in disk mode? 06/25/2013 by oldturkey03 I tried the solution below with no success. When I am in Disk Mode on computer (Computer>(My iPod)>Properties), It says that I have 148 GB (out of 160) available, but the pie charts say that I have 0 Bytes used and 0 Bytes free? Extremely odd! When I try to error check, it says that Windows cannot access the disk 06/25/2013 by Mikayla your hard drive is dead. July 1 by Scott Hello I have tried to restore my ipod classic but itunes keeps indicating that my ipod is corrupt September 6 by John Chima Iheonu Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Cancel 2 Answers Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Most Helpful Answer oldtu
ProductsHomearound the homeentertainmentHow do I Restore My iPod 1439?How do I Restore My iPod 1439?By Si KingstonYou may need to restore an iPod because it has stopped operating properly or you wish to clean the iPod hard drive of old files. Restoring the iPod will delete all files on the https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-do-i-restore-my-ipod-1439 device and restore the device to the factory settings. When restoring an iPod you may encounter a 1439 error code. This code indicates that an unknown error has occurred. This error http://blog.lexxweb.co.uk/?p=61 may occur for several different reasons including outdated USB drivers and a outdated version of iTunes.Things You'll NeedUSB sync cableStep 1Download the latest version of iTunes. Click on the download link error 1439 and follow the installation prompts.Step 2Disconnect the iPod from the computer and any additional peripheral devices connected into the USB ports, with the exception of the mouse and keyboard. Restart the computer.Step 3Reconnect the iPod to a USB port. If possible connect it to a different USB port than that which was used in the previous restore attempt. ITunes should recognize error restoring ipod the device and display the iPod device icon the left pane.Step 4Make sure disk use is enabled in iTunes. Select the iPod device icon in the left pane. Select the "Summary" tab in the right pane and check "Enable disk use."Step 5Restore the iPod again. To restore, launch iTunes and select your iPod device in the left pane. Hit "Restore," and iTunes will restore the device. After restoration is complete, iTunes will ask you to name the device and select syncing preferences for the iPod.Step 6Update the USB driver software in Windows if the error still occurs. To update the driver, click on the "Start" button and enter "Device Manager" in the search field. Click on "Device Manager" and click on "Update Driver Software." Select "Search automatically for updated driver software." Windows will search and update the driver software. If it can't find it, hit the "Back" button and select "Browse my computer for driver software." Type "C:\Windows\INF" in the search for driver field and hit "Next." The system should update the driver now.Tips & WarningsIf using Windows XP, you may try rei
previously initiated loading for a different type…" » Fixed: iPod Crashing iTunes & Restore Error - iPod Classic 160GB Symptoms: An iPOD classic 160GB was causing iTunes to freeze each time it was connected (on more than one windows 7 64bit machine). When trying to restore iTunes gave the following error: iPod could not be restored. An unknown error occurred 1439. To Solve iTunes Crashing Problem: When the device was first given to me I formatted it using FAT32 filesystem (iTunes would crash and I would not be able to use the restore button). I reformatted it using gparted in ubuntu because Windows 7 would only let me use exFAT - this is no good. After formatting the device it would no longer crash iTunes so I could then try to restore it using the correct iTunes restore button. Unfortunately, the restore would fail and the following error would be given: iPod could not be restored. An unknown error occurred 1439. To Solve iPod restore error (iPod could not be restored - An unknown error occurred 1439.) The next step which took me ages to figure out was to use a windows XP virtual machine to install an old version of iTunes. After iTunes was installed on the XP box I was able to restore the iPod as normal. My main computer was running windows 7 64bit and iTunes 10. - This configuration would not restore the iPod and would always have the 1439 error. The windows XP computer was running 32bit windows and iTunes 22.214.171.124 - this worked correctly and the iPod appears to be fixed. This entry was posted on 26 March 2011, 12:47 and is filed under iPod / iTunes. You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. Comments (0) Leave a Comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Categories General (6) Operating Systems (2) iPod / iTunes (1) Programming (4) Eclipse Plugins (3) Java (2) Research (1) Web 2.0 (1) Tagging / Folksonomies (1) Latest tweets Loading tweets... Follow @@sacummins Get a free blog at WordPress.com Theme: Fusion by digitalnature.