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Left I pod pluged to computer for a week and now the I-pod is dead .

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  • tonyatinsley Sep 05, 2008

    I JUST PLUGGED TO COMPUTER AND IT STARTED WORKING!!

  • tonyatinsley Sep 05, 2008

    Thank You for your help.

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You might assume that when the I pod was plugged in the computer that it would keep charging it, but not all players have that capabilty. my mp3 was made for my computer so it would always charge when i had it plugged in,however i had a different player and it when dead because i thought it would do the same. chnaces are you will have to recharge the player via the the cord that plugs in the wall....please rate this.....thanks

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

  • Ronald Mueller
    Ronald Mueller Sep 05, 2008

    well that tells me that the player went into sleep mode it will often times do that when there is no buttons pushed on the player for a extended period of time.

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