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<p>If you have an iPod capable of storing photos, you probably
want to keep the images. To ensure that your photos are always sync your iPod,
your synchronization settings in iTunes. If you choose to have your iPod to
sync automatically or manually, your preferences under "Photos" tab
to sync photos from a folder or program. When you set these preferences, iTunes
will remember them and sync your iPod the same way you connect to your
computer. <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod to your computer using the data cable
that came with it. <br />
<p>2. Open iTunes if it does not open automatically. Click the
name of your iPod under "Devices" in the left pane. <br />
<p>3. Click on "Photos" above the central panel of
iTunes. <br />
<p>4. Check the box next to "Sync Photos." Select a
program or a folder with the photos you want to sync from the drop-down menu. <br />
<p>5. Choose to sync all photos and albums or just selections.
If you choose the latter, make your selections by checking the boxes next to
the folders to sync. You can also choose to automatically include certain events,
or events such as the latest in recent months. <br />
<p>6. Click Apply. Now, when you sync your iPod, it will always
sync your photos. <br />
1.Connect the iPad to the computer and launch iTunes. 2.Click on the iPad name on the left side under devices. 3.Click on the Photos Tab on the right. 4.Uncheck all of the albums or folders that you want to remove from the iPad under the Sync Photos from heading. 5.If you want to remove all of the photos - uncheck the Sync Photos From heading 6.Click on Apply in the lower right corner of iTunes More info: How to delete a photo on an iPad
I would go ahead and do a system restore - this is a separate method from the resetting all settings. The restore will delete all songs and hoepfully replace any key system files that may have been lost, just in case too many were loaded onto player initially.
What seems to have happened is that either iTunes or the iPod folder has become corrupt. To solve this, download the very latest version of iTunes, install it, connect your iPod. If it wants to update the software on your iPod do this. Then on the main ipod page on iTunes click the button that says Restore. Choose the bottom most option if given any then go ahead and restore. You should now be able to sync as normal.
Try to do a full restore in disk mode.
1. Put your iPod into disk mode - Press top and center buttons simultaneously until you see the Apple symbol come up. As soon as you see the Apple symbol press the center and bottom (play) buttons simulataneously until you see a check mark. After this try to restore in iTunes. We recommend manually managing music versus syncing. But that is a personal choice. If you sync then going to another computer will wipe your music.
2. If 1 doesn't work try removing all USB devices from your computer and reboot. Then restore again either normally or disk mode.
3. Let us know, if you need further assistance.