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Resolving the “iTunes: iTunes.exe – Corrupt File…” Error in iPod

Brilliantly devised by Apple, an Ipod is a portable media player, about thousand times better than a CD player.

Though an incredible device, one flaw of iPod is that it is also susceptible to Error, damage and corruption. In case your iPod becomes affected by error and becomes damaged or corrupt, you can use a valid backup to restore your valuable and precious data. However, in case of unavailability of a valid and clean backup, you need to perform iPod data recovery.

Let’s consider a real life scenario wherein you get to face the following iPod error: "iTunes: iTunes.exe - Corrupt File

The file or directory \iPod_Control\iTunes\DeviceInfo is corrupt or unreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility."

Once theaforementioned error message appears, you need to act immediately in order to resolve the error otherwise it may lead to further complications.

Now let’s first of all try to understand as to what is the actual cause behind the occurrence of the aforementioned error.

The primary cause behind the occurrence of the aforementioned error is corruption in the file system of iPod.
Now let’s come to the resolution part. You can easily resolve the aforementioned error by taking up the following measures: 

First and foremost, you must make sure that you are using the latest version of iTunes. You can check the iTunes version in the File -> Help -> About  iTunes option.

Secondly, you can update your iPod to correct a corrupt section. You can effectively do this by using an iPod updater application. 
However, if nothing works then you might just use a professional and efficient iPod data recovery tool to repair the damaged and corrupt iPod device.

Kernel Recovery for iPod is a simple yet powerful iPod data recovery tool that is completely capable of resolving all iPod corruption issues in an easy and efficient manner. Visit here :

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