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Problems synching my 80 gig ipod video

My ipod to be synching from other photo application software. I need it to recognise itunes as the synching does not update my ipod (which is now empty) and i cannot put my songs back on it.

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  • 6threetimes Nov 27, 2007

    I have to same problem. MY laptop is no longer recognizing my 80 gig video. It will recharge the battery but won't connect or show up in itunes. This is getting very frustrating...



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Re-install itunes

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