Ok so this problem kindof takes a little bit of explaining, but I have an 80gb 4th (i think) generation ipod with RockBox installed. Everything working totally fine but then a few weeks ago it all the sudden just quit and when I looked at the ipod, it said something on the screen like "error could not write to sector [something]" I don't remember exactly what it said. I should have written it down, but I guess I just figured it would be fine if I restarted it. I was running Rockbox at the time by the way. So i restarted it and now it wont boot into the apple OS at all, it just sits at that blueish screen after the bootloader for forever, and when I boot into Rockbox it says "no rockbox directory" "installation incomplete" my background is gone too and none of my music shows up at all either. On top of that, I can't mount the ipod in either Windows or Linux. The best it will do is when I'm in Ubuntu, and I start up whats left of rockbox, it goes into this "USB Keypad Mode: Multimedia" thing and I can change the volume on my computer with the scroll wheel. After a while anyways, its pretty twitchy for a little bit. I don't know if this helps at all but when I look at the debug stuff in rockbox it says there are 0kbs free on my hard drive along with a bunch of other stuff, but all that is making me think its definitely just something screwed up bad with my hard drive. I dont really care if the ipod cant be saved but I had like 70 gigs of files and other stuff I had stored on there so really I would just like to know if there is anyway to get that stuff off there and on to my computer. Sorry this is such a long and involed question. If theres anything anyone knows that could help it would definitely be much appreciated. Thanks alot!