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Sounds like you need to do a hard reboot. From Google:
Here's how to perform a hard reboot:
- Hold down the Power and Home buttons at the same time for close to 10 seconds.
- Ignore the Slide to Power Off bar across the top of the screen when it appears and just keep holding the two buttons until you see the iPad screen go black and then see the Apple logo on the screen as it restarts.
Hope this helps!
Probably a faulty hard drive. go into the setup screen and verify the HD setting is correct. save your settings and reboot. if this doesn't solve it, then take out battery and disconnect power, remove hard drive and reconnect. try reboot. if none of that works, then replace hard drive and reinstall OS.
Hold the select button and the menu at the same time until you see the screen go off.
If still does not work then try to enter disk mode and see if it works.
Disk Mode: Reboot the ipod via Select and menu, right away hold the select and play button and hold until disk mode comes on. Does the wheel work?
If still does not work then reboot the ipod again and let it reboot normal to go back in apple firmware. If all buttons are working and none of the above works, I would assume it is not software related.