As I said, the i Pod/i Tunes forgets that I ever played it (i.e.the Last Played date may be some date in 2010 despite the fact that I played it yesterday).All generations used a 1.8-inch (46 mm) hard drive for storage.

updating my ipod classic-17

Each i Pod also has 32 MB of RAM, although the 60GB and 80GB fifth generation, and the sixth-generation models have 64 MB.

A portion of the RAM is used to hold the i Pod OS loaded from firmware, but the majority of it serves to cache songs from the storage medium.

(on my PC is windows 7 64b, sister have windows 7 32b)I tried different i Pod 80GB (never rockboxed) and again i Tunes said same error! I doesn't matter Darn, didn't work out for me.

I tryed DFU with next i Pod classic 6G 160GB and same error again! I'll try again in the next couple days on a different system.

I have an i Pod classic (160GB) which I sync with i Tunes using automatic syncing.

Generally, when I plug the i Pod into my PC via USB, all of the Play count and Last played statistics update properly.

The buttons are: The i Pod's operating system is stored on its dedicated storage medium.

An additional NOR flash ROM chip (either 1 MB or 512 KB) contains a bootloader program that tells the device to load its OS from the storage medium.

I tried all USB ports on my PC, I tried 4 genuine USB cables, I tried reboot PC, I tried Uninstall i Tunes and instal it again, but always get the same error.