....for my iPod mini.
I'm more annoyed than upset - but I'm sure I'll be upset pretty soon.
First it decided that I didn't have the correct iPod software for the actual device, but this was Thursday and I was going home, so it would just have to stay as it was. Bad idea. On the trains home it wouldn't play around 40% of my music - mainly the stuff I really wanted to listen to.
Fairynuff. As soon as I get back to uni I'll update it - no problem.
This morning I downloaded the latest patch from the apple website - no problems. Except that the iPod is already up to date. Again, fairynuff, I can cope.
Out I go to have my blood tests done and it's still dropping songs. A bit annoyed now, so when I get back in I make what is possibly the biggest mistake so far. Decide, in my infinite computing wisdom to restore all the original settings to my iPod. This means wiping all 4Gb of music and resinstalling all of it again.
Dammit, why did I do it.
Suprise suprise, said iPod now won't let me put any music back on. Apparently it has 'firmware' issues, and all I can get it to do now is show me a picture of a folder with an exclamation mark. Have done everything the apple website suggests, and I'm still stuck.
Anyone out there with any bright ideas??