Question about Apple iPod nano
I already put it in disk mode and every thing did a hard reset
This is most likely a problem on the PC side, faulty drivers. First uninstall iTunes then reinstall the latest from Apples site (I can help ou locate it if you have problems) then restart the PC. Once restarted try connecting to your PC again. If it does then click the Restore button on the iPod main Page of iTunes. If it still says the files are corrupted then let me know and we can take it from there.
All the best.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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