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Wont let me listen to about 20 of my songs

Whenever i select a song such as a sixx am song from the album i have it skips all of them then randomly selects a song but doesn't play even though the icon says play.

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I put new songs on my iPod and they go on there but then when I go to play them they just take me back to the menu.

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I had this happen a few years ago. I spoke with Apple and they told me to make sure that the auto synch is turned off and that manual selection is enabled.

You may have to reload you songs back up into the Ipod. You should restore the Ipod back to factory settings first in case there is something corrupted in it.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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