Yes, this happens to me as well. However, it's only when the ipod has no battery life left at all. The only solution I have for myself is that I cannot plug it into the wall when it has completely died. It HAS to be plugged into the computer, that's the only way it will charge when it has reached that point. I'm pretty sure, but not completely sure, that it has to do with the battery. I'm planning on buying a new battery off ebay and installing it, just to see if this fixes anything. Hope this helps!
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try holding the home and sleep/power buttons
hold the home button and plug it into your computer and continue to hold
plug in to the computer then wait until you see the apple logo hold both buttons until the screen is blank then release them. hold them both again until the apple logo appears then continue to hold them until it goes away. release the sleep/power button then hold the home button until it appears in itunes
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