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I got a new 4th generation ipod nano for my birthday yesterday and it worked up until i toke it of charge, as i did the whole thing reset and i lost everything yet te ipod still said i had no memory left. i then went on to my mac computer to try and put more songs on it, when i di i could put them on and i filled it half up with music and tv shows, then when i toke it out there was no music on it or anying the the whole thing had reseted again. it resets every time i quite a game. when i plug it into the computer the computer says that i have the music i put on it , on it yet when i take it out again it resets and goes away. could you please help me, it's only 1 day old

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  • nutty brown Nov 05, 2008

    in the end i tryed everything like that but it still didn't work so i brought it back to the shop and they were cunfused and gave me a new one, thnx for trying to help me out

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It may not have completed the update to your ipod.

try going here, http://www.apple.com/itunes/ it will have the latest drivers for your ipod too, once it has loaded successfully onto your mac then plug the ipod back in. itunes will automatically open up, and once it has recognised your ipod reset it yourself in the ipod settings, then reload your music etc from the itunes library. If you have not created one yet then just copy your stuff over to itunes and then sync your ipod with the library. What until itunes tells you that the update is complete before you remove it from the computer. Once it is completed then right click your ipod and click on eject.
I hope this helps

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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    Debs Nov 05, 2008

    no problem, I hope your new one is trouble free!

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