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Do not disconnect sign on IPod when plugged into laptop

Hi when I plug IPod into computer to charge 'Do not disconnect' and red sign starts flashing on the IPod screen? It wont respond to anything I press. Please help I dont want to disconnect incase I lose everything. Thank you.

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If Itunes is not on, you can disconnect it, don't worry.

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