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hi cars, -run the i tunes in ur computer. -add music to the i tunes library. -connect ur i-pod with the data cable provided. -thn the i tunes will detect the i-pod. -then click on it. -copy and paste the songs from your computers music library of i tunes into ur i pod. after u r finished, click on disconnect. and -remove ur ipod from the cable.
you must use itunes to transfer music etc transfering mp3 direct to ipod will not work download itunes from here http://www.apple.com/itunes/ free to use and will collect your music for you on your computer and sort it out for your ipod... updates for your ipod are also handled by itunes
it looks as if you may have resolved your issue so i would go and make sure you updates are taken care of and be sure you are running the most current version of itunes as well.. try to drag your items from your ipod into your itunes library if you havent done so yet--this will be a back up if you lose access to your ipod again.. good luck
Make sure when you sync the music, you selected all music and everything you want is checked off. And before you disconect, be sure your capacity bar thingy is higher up than before. Otherwise I would sugest you restore the settings and try again.