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When i plug ipod into computer to charge, nothing happens

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I don't claim to be an expert of any sort, but I have owned one of these for a few years and the controls are fairly familiar. My advice is to first hard reboot the iPod by simultaneously holding down the menu and center buttons. This merely restarts the iPod, you will still have your music. If it still doesn't want to charge, try to access the. Diagnostics mode. First you must reboot (using the above method) and as soon as the screen goes black begin to simultaneously hold down the previous Track and the middle buttons. There should show a dos-like diagnostics menu. Navigate with the next and previous track buttons. Select with the middle button, go back with the menu button. You will se a menu with power, audio, LCD, etc. Select power and run some tests. If one gives you an error, hen you have found your problem. If you can't do any of these, then it is possible your battery is just plain shot. They don't last forever, sadly, you can either go to a licensed apple service shop near you, ( aka, apple store) or you can contact apple support. Hope this helps!!

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