iPod Classic wont Sync
I had a new iPod Classic 80GB for Xmas and all was working fine until I recently decided to reimport alot of my music into iTunes at Apple Lossless from the original CD's.
As i was doing it i soon realised that my laptops weedy 40GB HDD would not hold the amount of songs I wanted so I bought a 500GB portable HDD (I wont bore you with the details as thats not what I want to know about).
So i manually managed my music whilst i was reimporting and fiddling about with things so i could still use my ipod, eventually after many days of reimporting CDs and songs from my collection and borrowed from friends my big day came and I clicked sync ipod (and here's my problems began).
It managed to sync about 200 or so songs onto my ipod before it stopped dead and came up with error 50 (or something similar) saying that the harddrive could not be found. So i ejected my ipod and it began to reset itself so then i had no music on my ipod. I repeated this process many times and i updated all my itunes software and ipod software but still the same error of harddrive cannot be found.
So i returned my ipod to John Lewis where i bought it from in November last year and they told me thay had to send it back to Apple so the did (this was two weeks ago). They then rang me today and said that the ipod was fine Apple had said it was fine and John Lewis has checked it and found no problems, so they cannot exchange my ipod.
Where do I stand now? I have an ipod that clearly is good for not much more than and ornament and they can see no problem with it? Should I get my ipod back and photograph my laptop while the error is being displayed? Or has someone out there got a magic solution for me to fix my ipod?
All help will be greatly appreciated