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Ipod froze i have a ipod it is 3.5inlong and1.5in wide and 1/4 in thick not the nano it is stuck on (do not disconnect.) wont power off or any other function

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  • dkm60 Mar 04, 2009

    I've got a Black 30GB iPod that is stuck on in "do not disconnect". can't turn on or off.
    Tried the eject disk from iTunes and holding the Menu and middle button for 40 seconds but nothing happened.

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Hi booheman, try these two options
1. connect the ipod to a computer with itunes, click the eject button.
2. hold center and menu for 40 seconds, the ipod will reset.
This is caused by loading alot of songs on the iPod and pulling the cord out without properly ejecting it.

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