Loading a few songs works but trying to load a lot of songs causes it to become unreadable and requiring a new restore, thereby erasing all my music. As you have also pointed out carrying out the h2testW wit a 512gb card takes forever. 32GB? The iPod classic required a special ribbon cable (https://www.iflash.xyz/store/hdd-ribbon/) but both worked perfectly with the CF Adapter. Try another 4g Converter, if that does not resolve, then obtain a new HDD ribbon (these do fail and cause most of the 1439 errors on these older models). Hi Lauren, apologies for the suspicions about fake cards but they are a real problem considering the amount of them for sale on eBay. Thanks, Answer Some things to point out, I tried the compact flash to sd adapter with a 32 gb sdhc. I used on the SOlO card a SanDisk Extreme A2 (160MB/s). So far… working and tested in 5g / 6g / 7g iPods. Anyone else had this problem and a fix? This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Reply You can add that folder as a shortcut to the sidebar to make it convenient. But if you need someone to test a card…. IMPORTANT: COVID-19 Statement (updated 2nd Ocotber 2020) . To the iflash crew, THANKS GUYS!!! It saw it, but it didn’t know what it was. From there, you can redirect the library to a new location (put that on your 2TB drive). Not only did it the songs arrive uncorrupted but it increased my transfer speed from 5mb/s to 10mb/s. In the main window, right click on the SDXC drive and select REBUILD MBR and confirm, leaving the default Windows 7/8. I ended up buying a different card, and it worked right away. After that I filled it with 200+GB without a hitch. The mod seems to work OK with an 8gb CF Card, but once I use an adapter with an SD card (64gb) the Ipod will not restore. So before starting double check that you are working on the SDXC card – better safe than sorry!! 1 year ago. About: Hello, my name is Eddie. I found a workaround for this and it appears the issue relates to the 4,096 bytes (4KB) allocation unit size iTunes use to format iPod in Fat32 during restore. It looks like the board cannot see more than 200GB if you use a card over 512GB. Before I had done that, whenever I would close the iPod it would push it down and the screen would go blank. I purchased a 128GB SDXC card and to be honest i had no end of problems with slow transfer speed and the songs being corrupted after transfer. I have bought a few ipods sold (as parts) because of the folder message. As soon as the format is complete, the iPod will be picked up by iTunes, accept getting a new partition scheme, and will then be ready to be restored. I don’t know if this comment will be of any help but I have used a Samsung 1TB (useable 933 GB) ssd card in a iFlash adapter and that installed without issue and loaded up in one session.