Ipod Second Generation Hard Drive Replace

How To : Replace iPod video 5th generation hard drive

Fix your iPod and replace the hard drive with this excellent tutorial step by step. In this Video Tutorial we show you how to replace the Hard Drive (30GB / 60GB / 80GB) on your iPod Video. Again you need patience, steady hands, a flat head screwdriver, pry tool and lack of Ap ...more

How To : Replace the hard drive on a 4th generation iPod

This video shows you how to replace the Hard Drive on your 4th Gen iPod in case you're seeing the sad faced iPod or file folder with exclamation point. Replace the hard drive on a 4th generation iPod. Click through to watch this video on ipodhowtovideo.com

How To : Replace the hard drive on a 3rd generation iPod

If your 3rd gen iPod screen shows a sad face or a file folder with an exclamation point icon whenever you try to turn it on it is a likely indictation that you need to replace the hard drive. Learn how you can replace the hard drive yourself in this tutorial. Replace the hard ...more

How To : Do a battery replacement on a 1st Gen iPod Touch

Is the battery life on your Ipod diminishing? Watch this video as the folks at Repairs Universe show you how to replace the battery on your 1st generation Ipod. First you need some tools to pry open your Ipod. Flathead screwdrivers and razors work well. Take the razor and slow ...more

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How To : Put Music on Your iPhone Without Using iTunes

There are quite a few flaws with Apple's mobile products, and one that drives me crazy is their reliance upon iTunes for all your music syncing needs. If you want a song on your iPhone, you pretty much have to use iTunes to get it on there. Either that or buy it directly from ...more

How To : Reconnect the 4th generation iPod hard drive

Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple process of reconnecting the 4th generation iPod hard drive. The hard drive inside a fourth generation iPod can sometimes come loose from the logic board, but it can easily be reattached. Watch as a tech ...more

How To : Reconnect the hard drive in a 3rd generation iPod

Check out this electronics tutorial video to learn how to reconnect the hard drive for a third generation iPod. Getting the hard drive re-connected to the logic board inside a 3rd generation ipod can be a little tricky to do, but watch as a technician shows you how to do it. T ...more

How To : Swap the hard drive on a second-generation iMac G3

bghoo8313 describes how to swap an imac G3 hard drive. Unscrew knob on the hatch on the back of the computer unit. Remove the RAM and the card. Take out 4 screws, 2 on the top and the other 2 under the guard. Pry it open with a screwdriver. Take out the outer screws under the ...more

How To : Disassemble the iPod Mini, 2nd Generation

If you haven't bought one of the new Apple iPod's, you're probably pretty attached to your old one then. Like the iPod Mini. Compared to today's small iPods, it's a clunker, but to you, it's your baby. So if it ever needs fixed, you should do it yourself. See how to disassembl ...more

How To : Take apart and fix a 6th generation iPod Classic

In this how to video, you will learn how to open a 6th generation Ipod Classic. First, make sure to turn it off and make sure the hold button is on. Take a prying tool to undo the clips inside the device by sliding it in between the cover and back. Once the clips are undone, p ...more

How To : Disassemble an Apple iPod Touch, 2nd Generation

You have an iPod Touch, but it's broken. Why spend tons of money to have Apple or some dealer repair it when you can do it yourself? See how to disassemble the iPod Touch. PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have helpful tut ...more

How To : Remove the logic board on a Power Mac G5

Is your motherboard toast? If your logic board has burned out, it's a sad thing, but you're going to have to replace it. See how to remove the logic board from the Power Mac desktop computer. PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. T ...more

How To : Repair a Power Mac G5 - Remove the power supply

Your power supply on the bottom of your Mac may need to be replaced. If you're not sure how to remove it, no problem. See how to remove the power supply from the Power Mac desktop computer. PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. The ...more

How To : Repair a Power Mac G5 - Remove the power button

Can't turn on your computer? The power button might be broke. If so, you're going to have to replace it, and you can do it yourself. See how to remove the power button from the Power Mac desktop computer. PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electron ...more

How To : Repair a Power Mac G5 - Remove the speaker

Your sound from your Power Mac may be nil, or maybe it just sounds really bad. The speaker may need to be replaced. See how to remove the speaker from the Power Mac desktop computer. PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have ...more

How To : Repair a Power Mac G5 - Remove the SuperDrive

If your discs are getting jammed in your optical drive, or if your CDs and DVDs simply aren't playing in your Power Mac, it might be time to replace that old SuperDrive. See how to remove the SuperDrive optical drive from the Power Mac desktop computer. PowerBook Medic is the ...more

How To : Disassemble a 5th Generation Apple iPod Nano

PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have helpful tutorials on most Apple products including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook, iBook, iPhone, iPod, and more, covering topics from disassemblies, to RAM upgrades, to replaceme ...more

How To : Disassemble a 4th Generation Apple iPod

PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have helpful tutorials on most Apple products including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook, iBook, iPhone, iPod, and more, covering topics from disassemblies, to RAM upgrades, to replaceme ...more

How To : Fix or Retrieve Data From A Bad Hard Drive

This is an intermediate guide on how to easily fix or retrieve data from a bad hard drive. What we're trying to do: 1. Fix a hard drive with a corruption problem (i.e., blue screen) or that is full of viruses to the point of being inoperable. 2. Retrieve data from a hard dr ...more

How To : Replace the battery in a 4th generation iPod

Don't pay someone else to replace the battery in your 4th generation iPod, watch this video instead and learn how to do it yourself! The hardest part is removing the battery out so be patient and make sure you have a Torx T-6 screwdriver. Replace the battery in a 4th generatio ...more

How To : Replace the LCD screen on an iPod Mini

In this video you will see how to replace the LCD Screen in your iPod Mini 1st or 2nd Generation. Surprisingly, the hardest part is going to be getting the Mini open! Replace the LCD screen on an iPod Mini. Click through to watch this video on ipodhowtovideo.com

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How To : Take apart a 3rd generation iPod

This video from Powerbook Medic teaches us how to take apart a 3rd generation iPod. First step is to use a putty knife or a flat head screwdriver to break apart the two pieces. After that remove the headphone cable and set the bottom pan aside. After this, you disconnect the h ...more

Instacast : A Better Way to Listen To & Manage Podcasts

Though it could be argued that Apple's popular and widely used iTunes media player was responsible for the growth and explosion of podcasting, I would argue that iTunes is not the best way to manage and listen to your podcast subscriptions—if you're a iPhone, iPad, or iPod Tou ...more

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How To : Replace the battery in the Apple iPod Nano

This is one of a series of videos offered on iPod Nano repair. This video describes how to replace the battery on an iPod Nano. The instructor cautions that this process is for advanced iPod users only. The techniques he demonstrates are good for four generations of the iPod. ...more

How To : Replace the battery in a 3rd Generation iPod

Need a little help with your iPod? Has your battery been failing you again and again? Will it not hold a charge? Well, it might be time for you to replace the battery, no? Check out this video tutorial on how to replace the battery in a 3rd Generation iPod. Watch and learn as ...more

How To : Replace the battery in a 4th Generation iPod Photo

Need a little help with your iPod? Has your battery been failing you again and again? Will it not hold a charge? Well, it might be time for you to replace the battery, no? Check out this video tutorial on how to replace the battery in a 4th Generation iPod Photo. Watch and le ...more

How To : Change Your Own Oil — A Beginner's Guide

If you're one who enjoys a good DIY project, or if you're just tired of paying exorbitant labor fees to have your vehicle serviced every 5,000 miles, changing your own oil can be a rewarding endeavor. Even though cars and trucks are becoming increasingly over-engineered these ...more

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How To : Download & Install iOS 12 on Your iPhone

Apple's latest mobile operating system for iPhones, iOS 12, was released to everyone Monday, Sept. 17, and it's the same exact build that developers and public beta testers received as the "golden master" on Sept. 12, the day of Apple's 2018 special event. Install it to start ...more

How To : Browse Your Mac's Hard Drive Using Your iPhone

When it comes to sharing files between a smartphone and a computer, there are several solutions available for a Windows and Android pairing. But for those of us with Apple devices, the selection of apps in this category isn't quite as great. You can use AirDrop to quickly shar ...more

How To : Install TWRP Recovery on the Essential PH-1

For modders, there are few tools more important than TWRP. TeamWin's custom recovery makes flashing mods like Magisk, Xposed, and custom ROMs incredibly easy, and it lets you root your phone at the press of a button. On top of that, it can make complete backups of your phone i ...more

How To : Run Kali Linux as a Windows Subsystem

Kali Linux is known as being the de facto penetration-testing Linux distribution but can be a pain to use as an everyday OS — even more of a pain if that means carrying around a second laptop or the constant frustration of using the finicky Wi-Fi on virtual machines. But there ...more

How To : Steal macOS Files with the USB Rubber Ducky

If you need a tiny, flexible attack platform for raining down human-interface-device (HID) attacks on unattended computers, the USB Rubber Ducky is the most popular tool for the job. By loading the Ducky with custom firmware, you can design new attacks to be effective against ...more

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