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The iPod A1136 is the fifth generation iPod from Apple that uses a click wheel to scroll through your device's media library, and may occasionally lock up when you attempt to play a song or display a photo.
This error error occurs when the hard disk is unable to access the information and stalls while opening a file.
A reset of the device usually corrects the problem, as it clears the device's memory and any errors.
Check your iPod's buttons to determine if the cause is due to a hardware error before resetting the device, as the problem may be due to the iPod's hold switch.
Slide the hold switch at the top of the iPod to the right, and slide it back to the left to ensure the switch is in the off position.
Hold down the center button in the click wheel, and at the same time hold down "Menu" on the click wheel.
Continue to hold the iPod's buttons until the device's screen shuts off, turns back on and shows the Apple logo.
Plug the iPod's connector cable into the dock connector on the bottom of the iPod.
Plug the other end of the cable into your computer's USB or FireWire port to charge the iPod.
Wait at least two hours for the iPod to charge. Launch iTunes on the computer, and click "Controls" of the iTunes menu.
Click "Eject iPod" in the sub-menu to disconnect the device.
The iPod takes four hours to completely charge its battery.
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How to update iPod for Windows using Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000
Download and install the latest version of iTunes.
When you have the latest version, use the iTunes menus to check for updates.
On Windows choose Help > Check for Updates.
Connect your iPod to your computer using the USB or FireWire cable that came with your iPod and open iTunes if it is not already open.
If you want to update your iPod on a PC, it must be formatted for a PC.
If it is not, you will see a message stating that your iPod needs to be reformatted. I
f you receive this message, refer to Restoring iPod to factory settings before proceeding.
If you are unsure of your iPod's format, refer to iPod: How to determine your iPod's disk format.
If iTunes detects that a newer version of iPod software is available for your model, you will be prompted to download and install the new version.
If you have already downloaded the newest version of the software, you may be prompted to install it.
Depending on the iPod model and whether you use USB or Firewire to connect to your iPod, you may be asked to leave your iPod attached to the computer for the update to complete, or you may be asked to connect the iPod to the power adapter.
Note: not all iPod models ship with a power adapter. Be sure to follow the onscreen instructions to complete the update.
During the update process, you will notice that an Apple logo and progress bar appear on the iPod display.
Note: this may be difficult to see since the iPod's backlight will be turned off.
Once this is completed, you can resume normal use of your iPod.
If you notice a different icon on the iPod screen, refer to iPod iconology or what does this picture on my iPod mean? and the follow the related instructions.
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