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A possible fix for a Node B tree error on a broken iPod
Authored by: Detrius on Jan 04, '07 09:19:44PM

This isn't a fix. A "fix" would be anything that actually repairs the directory structure. Formatting a drive always restores you to a not-broken state, but by no means is it a useful fix. This is like saying that a way to fix a flat tire is to buy a new one.



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A possible fix for a Node B tree error on a broken iPod
Authored by: moofie on Jan 08, '07 08:51:25PM

OK, well, the suggestion turned my iPod from "doesn't work, can't mount it, it's a brick" to "works just great, now I don't have to listen to crazy people on the bus".

I call that a fix, and I'm really glad I don't have to buy a new iPod yet. Your mileage, as they say, may vary.

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A possible fix for a Node B tree error on a broken iPod
Authored by: mahakali on Jan 11, '07 09:52:46AM

It doesn't fix the data stored in the iPod but it fixes the drive.



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