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Can not transfer or down load music to my new Ipod

G/day. having problems with down loading or transferring music from
my PC to my new Ipod , the I pod lsd panel lights up as connected
then when I down load it tells me not to dis-connect,, but aftre several
hours of transferring my music,, my Ipod still remains empty
what is the problem

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