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Database is missing or currupted !!

Please help me ive tried reseting the dam thing and alsohacking into its data info and is just not working ! what can i do ? when connected to itunes it shows the reset button and i do the reseting but is just not syncronising the music only photos!

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The only solution I can think of is to use i-tunes to update your iPod, this should then repair the corrupt data in the iPod's memory.

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