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Hi, I don't know if you solved the problem with your iPod but you can try this as I had a similar problem and it worked for me:
Most problems with these older iPod's can be solved by resetting it (and I didn't lost anything stored on the device).
To Reset iPod:
1. Connect iPod to a power outlet using the iPod Power adapter.
2 Toggle the Hold switch on and off (set it to Hold, then turn it off again).
3. Press and hold the Select and Menu buttons for at least 6 seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
uninstall the driver corrupted, and reinstall the new driver update from the website computer supply, and reinstall , and proceed according.However you can RESTORE the computer to some date was working GOOD, go to control panel and look for Restore system icon.God bless you
This can happen even on expensive MP3 players. It has happened on my Sony MP3 player a few times.
As suggested let the batteries run out and then fully charge it and see if that fixes it.
If it does not go to the ur players website and see if they have more recent firmware for it. Double check that you can connect it to the PC perfectly fine and install the new firmware. It is quite possible a new firmware will fix the problem.
I would suggest that as opposed to trying to enter a code into the ipod that you take it to your local police station and hand it in as someone must have lost it. If you hang onto it you are in fact stealing it.
This sounds like a sensor problem. Best to consult your local Apple store and see what they say. Otherwise if you want to try backing everything up, then restoring the soft to the iPod and restoring the backup and that might fix it. (Note you will need to restore to the latest soft for the iPod Touch)
Normally I'd think it was the headphone socket, however if your LCD is leaking and you are having problems with with volume I think your ipod has suffered an impact which has damaged the logic board.
The bad news is logic boards, while easy to source, are quite an expensive part. If you are not bothered about replacing your LCD I would suggest buy an ipod off ebay with a broken screen and take the logic board out of that, it should work out quite a bit cheaper and of course when you will have a hard drive and a casing left over from the scrap ipod to resell.
To open your ipod use two small flat bladed screwdrivers inserted between the metal shell and the plastic top of the ipod and gently prise apart. Once inside, all the major components are connected with ribbon cables, there is no soldering involved replacing a logic board. Some of these cables are quite fiddly though and the connectors are easy to damage so if you are not confident doing this I'd suggest getting it repaired by a pro.