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Ipod 30gb black

My ipod is plugged into my computers usb connection and my ipod keeps flashing " Do not disconnect." I tried to power it up but nothing happens. The screen remains the same with the Do not disconnect". Was flashing at first now it is just stays still. Help please.

I have a 30gb silver. I pluged into Mac and it did not show up in Itunes. I pod said do not disconnect and it had a little lock on the screen in upper left hand corner. Tried everything including shutting down Mac and disconnecting. IPOD still on and Do not Disconnect still shows up when not connected to computer.
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Hold down the middle and menu buttons at the same time for about 10 seconds. this will restart the ipod.

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