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Broken ipod My wife's ipod fell off our motorcycle and is badly damaged. It will not turn on and does nothing when plugged into the computer. Does anyone out there know if there is a way to retrieve the songs on it. My wife is heartbroken and I'd gladly buy her a new i-pod but lost the backup of the music.

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If it cant turn on then it is a waste of ur time to try to get the music i dont like saying it but its gone.

the only way to get music off of it is to plug it in the comp and transfer the music to ur desktop or a folder but it cant turn on and isnt recognised by the comp its gone. : \

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