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Blank Menu My previously downloaded songs are somehow missing from the menu...

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You need to use iTune to tranfer the songs to the iPod, The iPod does not recognize mp3,s that are transfered as file through widows explorer. iTune converts the mp3's to a file that the iPod can read. Apple got in trouble in europe for doing this. They wanted to make it so you had to buy the songs solely from them and not be able to use songs transfered to the iPod. So they got sued and had to back off and make it so iTunes will convert the normal mp3's to the version of the mp3

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Alex, I'm going to attempt to help here.

After you select "All Songs" you're saying that it simply shows the previous song that was played and starts that one right?

A couple of things, normally the unit doesn't play anything by default when turned on. Usually it will allow you to select from the menu and if you don't make a selection at this point and attempt to back up, sometimes it will start playing the last song used.

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You can download the manual for your ipod from here:
http://support.apple.com/manuals/#ipodnano

All the best
Sean
PiDigital.co.uk

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