7.This will bring up a menu as shown in the picture.
This should show an accurate capacity. If it reads something like 1 terrabyte then the hard drive/flash drive is bad.
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B. You have to be able to select FAT32 as the file system.
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If you can't then again the hard drive/flash drive is bad.
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Allocation size should automatically be set to default. If you can't select an allocation size then the hard drive/flash drive is bad.
D. Now select quick format, and click start.
Once this has been done it should show up in iTunes as a corrupt iPod. Restore the iPod at this time and this should finally resolve the problem.
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