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First plug your iPod into your computer and open up iTunes, then select your iPod in the list to the right. Now click the "Restore" button located under the big picture of your iPod model. It will take a few minutes to do the firmware update, but after that, you should be good to go!
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get i-tunes from apple.com and after installing it plug in your i-pod and click the restore button. After it's done restoring, you should be able to sync with i-tunes. You cannot copy free music with media player
YOUR ENTERED A LOCK CODE IF YOU CAN NOT REMEMBER IT DO THIS..OK first plug/connect ipod to computer.go
to my computer click on ipod icon and format.After format download
itunes and install it to the harddrive.Reboot.open itunes and it will
see ipod and load the drivers.More questions or confused,just contact
me.Have a great day and if this helped please vote thanks.RICHARDM69
Try holding the menu button and center button at the same time. this should reset the ipod completely. Its a force power up and power down similar to Zapping your PRAM on a computer. this should reset the configurations Hopefully that helps