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My black ipod 2nd generation is not recognized by itunes and my computer!!

Hi there, few weeks befor everything was fine but i just wanted to update my ipod and it was giving me error 69 copying to hard disk can not sync ipod and by reading the reviews on google i just clicked on sync manually and after that my ipod is not recognized by itunes and my computer. i have already tried contacting apple for technical support and they couldn't help me so i really need your help badly thanks yes.

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maybe reinstalling itunes might help and resetting the ipod

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