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Ipod 30 GB freezes up

Whenever i plug my ipod into my computer it freezes up on th "Do Not Disconnect" and it doesn't show that my ipod is hooked up on itunes. i end up having to unplug it from the computer, wait till, it dies, then when i plug it in it works fine. what is up with that?

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