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IPod Nano not being recognized on any of the computers it' being any computers. We tried to reboot the iPod, but it won't work because the center button is also broken, and it closes the device saying "Windows has stopped this device because it was detected problems. Code 43."

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Try using another usb cable or try to reinstall itunes. Hope this works.

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If you are using Vista, here is a patch from Apple:
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