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My iPod Touch has an unresponsive touch screen.

I have a 2G 8gig. iPod Touch. When upgrading to the OS 3.1.3, the touch began to become unresponsive. This was like just after the new OS came out. and its still not working. PLEASE HELP ! I've tried all the solutions on Apple's website. My iPod warranty thing ran out 40 days ago and i an't afford to replace it ! help !

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Try restoring it. Instructions are in the restore section of your iPod. If you restore it, don't update the iPod, because it seems that the update made your iPod unresponsive. It should be fine then. Good Luck!

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