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Ipod 80GB skipping over songs or not seeing some songs in itunes

I have songs in my play list that are not playing on my ipod. They are just skipped over to teh next song it recognizes. All the songs do play in itunes.
I can hear the ipod as it is searching or trying to read the song. I never heard this from the ipod before. Anyone have any ideas?

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  • maggiebeth14 Nov 28, 2008

    My ipod skips songs, too. I'll push play, and sometimes it will skip song after song after song and won't actually play a song for a while. And when it actually does play a song, if I want to change it, the minute I push the next button, it starts skipping song after song after song again! I have no idea what to do!?!

  • eblondie30 Nov 29, 2008

    There is one song on my ipod that will not play, it just skips right past it

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There could be in error with the song its self coz if u have got it form the internet it some times happeds

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