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Hi jeweleye.....The procedure for resetting your nano is to simultaneously press and hold Select and Menu instantly. On your nano, it can be tricky to instantly complete this command at the precise same moment, so it might require a few tries......please update your post with your progress and/or further issues........good luck my friend
Try resetting it by first toggling the hold switch and putting it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu simultaneously for six to ten seconds and it should work after that.
Try resetting it by toggling the hold switch and putting it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu button for about 6 seconds until the ipod goes off and the Apple logo appears. After that, it should work like new. Hope this helps.
ITunes contains a volume leveling program that works with every recording in your library or you can select each one individually by going to the library, selecting get info with the right mouse button, select options, and change the volume with the control you see on the screen and press ok.
Try resetting it by holding down the menu button and the center button at the same time until the apple logo pops up. It could also be a problem that I had before where you update the firmware and then it starts acting wierd. What you need to do is try and load it into a soundock like bose or logitech and it helps to reset the ipod. Hope this helps you out.