After the 4 hours I put into it yesterday, I still say it's the fPod, but I was informed shortly after school ended today that "I fixed it! Well, actually Nick told me to push this button, and I did and now it's all fixed... see... there are all my 400 songs." Shown up by a couple of teenagers? Hard to say. Entirely possible, but on the other hand what will the fPod do tomorrow? Hmmm...
If, however, there was a single fButton to press that would get the fPod to actually show all its downloaded content and also show the correct amount of used storage space, and which actually gets that to stick through multiple connections and disconnections from the computer... then all I've got to say is that if it's not an fPod then it's got to be fTunes for having a button that ought to be labeled "Click Here To Make It Actually Work" but instead is diabolically hidden away somewhere -- in the user interface that you already fKnow how to fUse.
1. Jeff Crossett10/25/2005 07:06:57 AM
You must start to watch your f-ing language!
2. Jon Johnston10/27/2005 01:49:04 PM
Rich.... you really should just leave it alone and leave it to your kids. The problem with fpods is that they are so simple computer geeks can do little else to them but hack them. The simplicity is too confusing.
We've had two. I rarely get to use them. between my wife and kids, they already know more about them anyway.
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