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My ipod won't play my music.

Ihave had my ipod for a little over a year now and a few months ago it got wet, but it still turns on and works fine it just won't play my music. i tried reseting it and now it won't work at all. it says to go on the apple website and when i try to hook it up to the computer the computer doesn't even know it's there. Is there anything i can do?

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Umm, try pressing restore as your ipod is hooked up to the computer. sync all your songs back. have you done that yet?

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