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Try resetting it. After unlocking the device, hold the middle and Menu button together until the device reset. You should see the Apple logo. Let it go and then it should start. Try connecting it to Itunes.
1.download the appropriate firmware from here2.press and hold reset button for 2 seconds 3.run the firmware updater 4.press and hold "volume -" button while connecting to system. 5.the updater will detect the player and it will upgrade the firmware.
You might need to clarify what you mean. When ever a ipod receives a signal that it is connected to a USB it will display the "Don Not Disconnect." This could happen even if it is not connected if there was a disruptance and was sent this message by mistake. You say it does not happen when iPod is not connect to CPU, what CPU? You connect through a USB, not directly to a CPU. Either way, a soft reset, (push Menu and Select of the Middle button at the same time and hold for about five seconds) may take care of this. Even if it was connected properly it would still reset the iPod. This is the best tool for any problem. If that doesn't work, you'll need to clarify what you meant. It sounds like you say it has the do not disconnect sign except when its not connected which is what is supposed to happen.