Right! An update on the situation. I talked to my Music Technology teacher (who is a Apple Certified legend) to see if he could do anything about it. It turns out, he found an ipod of the last generation a year ago, (with a HDD of 30GB, rather than my 80GB, but i decided i can manage). Unfortunately the headphone jack was broken inside this ipod so the signal only went through one side. I decided I may as well try and replace the hard drive. I swapped them out, But as the ipod classic case is SO much harder than it's predecessor to remove, and the screen was damaged quite severely during this process. So I decided to make a Frankinpod. I swapped out the headphone jack from my working ipod into the new-old Frankinpod. I then put the hard drive in, screwed it all together, put some of the buffers back in place and pieced it together. I am currently updating it with my own music now.
Thanks for your post, but i have managed to get around the problem! Your help was appreciated - thanks ever so much for taking an interest.
P.S, i had a little victory dance when the first song I played on my new frankinpod was the A-Team Theme music!
Thanks again s1lents0ul!
Edited by brooksey!!!, 08 June 2010 - 12:32 PM.