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Ipod will not format to fat32

I purchased a 30 gb black ipod video on ebay, and it not working properly.
I've asked several people for assitance and done everything they could give, except one.

One the main screen, it request to be plugged into the comp to get restored. After the restoring process on itunes, itunes detects the ipod and says it need to be restored. I've done this several times.

some one told me they had this problem and they fixed it by formating the ipod.

i've tried that, at the end it says process could not be completed.
PLEASE HELP

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You may have a damaged system board that would need replacing.

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