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IPOD PHOTO PROBLEM

My photos do not enlarge on the screen. When I select a photo the screen goes black. I can see the thumbnails fine. For the life of me I can't figure out why it stopped showing the large photo.
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Were did you get the photo from. not everything will go on it

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