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There are a few things you can try to fix this issue. The first thing is called a hard reset. Remove the battery and unplug the netbook from power. Press the power button for 30 seconds and then release. Replace the battery and plug the netbook back in. Try turning the computer on again and see if the same message displays. If it does, remove the battery and unplug the power, remove the memory chips from the computer and then reseat them. Replace the battery and the power plug and turn the computer back on. If it is still hovering with that message, you may have a crashed hard drive and will need to replace it and reload the operating system back on it. The only other thing you can do is do a full system restore with either the OS disks that came with the machine, or if the OS came preloaded on the netbook, there is usually a hidden partition that can be accessed to try and reload the operating system back to the way it was when it was new. In any case, you may or may not have lost whatever info you have on the drive unless you backed up your data somewhere along the line. Depending on where you are located, many of us are licensed, certified technicians that can help you out to determine for sure what is wrong.
It sounds like your operating system crashed. If you have the operating system disk you probably need to reload the operating system. You'll lose anything that you have on the hard drive unless you have backed it up...
I had the same trouble I noticed that it acted differently on different usb ports strange but it happened, swap to a different port, if the battery animation isnt moving that it hasnt synced properly i noticed that it especially didnt like working with my front panel usb ports, switched it around tot he back and it charged just fine
Itmaybe a battery problem...if you think its not a battery problem,you may want to try a software upgrade/restore...if your software version is already the latest one,backup all the ipod contents before you restore...you will find the restore option in the summary tab in itunes.
Mine had the entire screen lined out and the screen faded out over that day. Let the battery run down if you can, charge it. If you can't get the battery to run down then I don't know what to do.