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Go on your itunes , and plug in your ipod , then your ipod will come up , so then clikc on it then it will say update and restore , click on restore and btw wen ur ipod comes back on take it out because it freezes if you dont :D xx
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Remember after restoring you'll lose the menu settings and other settings saved on your ipod however no data will be deleted from the ipod.

Please accept the solution and revert for further assistance.

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