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Ipod nano is dead

My ipod nano 3rd ed worked fine a week ago, now the computer won't recognize when it's plugged in the usb. The ipod itself is not responding and I have a completely blank screen...can not do a reset

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  • karenford03 Feb 12, 2009

    I believe that the battery is dead at this point and the computer won't recognize it to even get a new charge...

  • clare rama Mar 01, 2009

    my mp3 few days ago worked well,i play my mp3 while am charging and i saw blue color if i will switch it on but i cant see what inside even i put in the computer i cant see there



  • bomberman Mar 01, 2009

    Completely dead not screen - pluged into charge won't charge. This is only 3 months old

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Leave it on until the battery runs down.turn off and plug in to charge,Allow it to fully recharge.Turn on and it should have reset itsself.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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