I am not familiar with Rec Boot, but given the PC does not even recognize it as connected, I don't see how a remote software tool can help here.chargers in case a charger or cable is broken) you should take it to your local Apple store. Leave the ipod plugged into the wall for a couple hours on a charger you KNOW works.They will diagnose the problem and fix it if it's in warranty for free. Plug the charger into the mac, then hold the HOME button (NOT the power button or any other buttons) and slide the charger into the i Phone while still keeping the home button pressed for at least one minute. If not still, Apple [email protected] Shizzle - OK, I'll try - but I assume this works for a Windows computer as well? (BTW, it's an i Pod, not i Phone, but again, I assume the procedure should be the same?

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At the moment, buying a new i Pod Touch is not an option.

Try leaving it connected to a PC or Mac for several hours.

If the Battery is completely empty, it will take some time to turn on.

Happens to my 8GB i Pod (which is not used much anymore) every time I leave it disconnected for 2 weeks or more.

THe only other option I can think of is trying to use a tool called Rec Boot to boot the i Pod into recovery mode.

I don't know if that works (never needed it) and where to download it, but it's the only other option that would come to my mind.

thank, we already tried leaving it connected overnight and the day after, to no avail.

I have an i Pod Touch 8GB (probably 2nd gen) that stopped working.

By this I mean that it cannot be turned on, an doesn't show any sign of activity when connected to the PC, a docking station and other chargers.