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Versione corrente di: Evan Gattuso (dettagli voto) ,

Titolo:

Can I put a larger hard drive in?

Testo:

Ok, so I did a little research a while ago and thought that I could upgrade to a 240GB hard drive using a Toshiba MK2431GAH drive (I had no money to buy it at the time). However now that I've got ''some'' spare cash to buy the drive, I've been doing some more research, and now I'm not so sure.

Some places seem to think that if the drive will fit in the iPod then it should work but other sites they're saying that the HDD will only work properly in an 5th Gen iPod video (60GB or 80GB) or, on one site it says in the "7th gen iPod classic."

So this last piece of information has raised the question - "What generation is my iPod?"

I think its 6th gen but not 100% sure. Does this mean it wont work? I'm not even sure what iPod it is now. I went through ifixit's "ID your iPod" and the result was - 160GB "thick" iPod Classic, but from everything else I read online

I have the "thin" late 2009 model.

Please help me. My iPod is full and I don't want to have to be constantly changing what music is on it. I don't want to rush out and buy a HDD that isn't compatible either.

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Stato:

-open
+closed

Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

Titolo:

Can I put a larger hard drive in?

Testo:

Ok, so I did a little research a while ago and thought that I could upgrade to a 240GB hard drive using a Toshiba MK2431GAH drive (I had no money to buy it at the time). However now that I've got ''some'' spare cash to buy the drive, I've been doing some more research, and now I'm not so sure.

Some places seem to think that if the drive will fit in the iPod then it should work but other sites they're saying that the HDD will only work properly in an 5th Gen iPod video (60GB or 80GB) or, on one site it says in the "7th gen iPod classic."

So this last piece of information has raised the question - "What generation is my iPod?"

I think its 6th gen but not 100% sure. Does this mean it wont work? I'm not even sure what iPod it is now. I went through ifixit's "ID your iPod" and the result was - 160GB "thick" iPod Classic, but from everything else I read online

I have the "thin" late 2009 model.

Please help me. My iPod is full and I don't want to have to be constantly changing what music is on it. I don't want to rush out and buy a HDD that isn't compatible either.

Dispositivo:

-iPod Classic 160GB
+iPod Classic

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Nelson ,

Titolo:

Can I put a larger hard drive in?

Testo:

Ok, so I did a little research a while ago and thought that I could upgrade to a 240GB hard drive using a Toshiba MK2431GAH drive (I had no money to buy it at the time). However now that I've got ''some'' spare cash to buy the drive, I've been doing some more research, and now I'm not so sure.

Some places seem to think that if the drive will fit in the iPod then it should work but other sites they're saying that the HDD will only work properly in an 5th Gen iPod video (60GB or 80GB) or, on one site it says in the "7th gen iPod classic."

So this last piece of information has raised the question - "What generation is my iPod?"

I think its 6th gen but not 100% sure. Does this mean it wont work? I'm not even sure what iPod it is now. I went through ifixit's "ID your iPod" and the result was - 160GB "thick" iPod Classic, but from everything else I read online

I have the "thin" late 2009 model.

Please help me. My iPod is full and I don't want to have to be constantly changing what music is on it. I don't want to rush out and buy a HDD that isn't compatible either.

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic 160GB

Stato:

open