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Ipod Click wheel 20g is stuck plug into outlet mode after restore

I have a older ipod clickwheel with 20 gb of memory. I would not connect to any USB 2.0 ports, it would say unknown device. I I used the 5 r's, but still didn't work, even after a restall of Xp. It, however would connect to USB 1.1 ports. I backed up my song, and used itune to restore the Ipod. After the program ran, it said to plug it into the outlet. I did and let it sit there for several hours. It is still stuck in that mode. Reset will not bring it out. What do I need to do?

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    same problem here bro, it sucks..if anytihng write me


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