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reset it then plug it in it usually work for me to reset there are 2 ways 1) toggle "hold" switch on off three times making sure hold switch is off the press n hold down menu and center button from 3 to 10 seconds or untill apple logo appears 2) same as above but without toggling hold switch press and hold menu and center button till apple logo ppears then plug in cable to ipod and then in to ur computer
you connected ipod with some high energy source or tried to provide a high energy from it e.g you connnected it with speakers,or head phones other than ipod.
ipod works fine when attached to computer because it acts as an usb device at that time.
go to Ipod shop and replace a chip inside it which is blown
Try resetting it by first toggling the hold switch and putting it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu simultaneously for six to ten seconds and it should work after that.
Try resetting it by toggling the hold switch and putting it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu button for about 6 seconds until the ipod goes off and the Apple logo appears. After that, it should work like new. Hope this helps.