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Just got new acer desktop. Downloaded latest itunes. Transfered all music over to this itunes all 850 ish songs. Everything fine.everytime i try to synch my ipod touch with itunes it synchs maybe 60 - 70 ish songs then song that was playing through itunes freezes synching freezes itunes freezes. Rest of computer works fast (start menu etc) except nothing ever comes up when you click on it (maybe processes are backlogged???). Tried task manager but it doesnt even come up. Tried waiting for ages but nothing fixes itself. Only way is to manually restart comp. This has happened about 6 times... Whats wrong????

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Restore your ipod to original factory settings... unfutunately you will need to use itunes for that, hope it does not freeze... good luck!

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