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My ipod 80gb seems not responding to anything even to be recognized by computer, seems like oveloded as there is no space left all80 Gb has been used please help

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Ofcourse, pressing the MENU and CENTER buttons at a time does help getting back our IPOD dancing to tunes of our choice.

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Have you tried a reset? Press and hold the menu and center buttons for about 5 seconds - until the Apple logo shows on the screen. It is easiest to do this with the iPod on a hard surface and use two fingers to press the buttons at the same time. You may need to precede this with switching the hold switch on/off 10 times. Also if the battery is really weak try the above with the iPod plugged in. Itunes would not let you "overload" the disk although the disk can fail especially if dropped while playing. JC

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