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IPod touch freezes

I just bought my new iPod touch and whenever I hook it up to the computer itunes display "Syncing Ipod Touch" and nothing happens... I have to disconnect it and the restart my iPod touch to make it to work again.

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my i pod is not canected to th e i tuness

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Try connecting it to a different computer with iTunes, worked for me. then sync all that computer's music onto your iPod then sync to your computer. It should work if not return the iPod and demand a new one!

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When it says syncing, try to click the little x next to it on itunes. this will be at the top.

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    shyamo108 Mar 24, 2009

    when it says syncing, try to click the little x next to it on itunes. this will be at the top.

  • shyamo108
    shyamo108 Mar 24, 2009

    when it says syncing, try to click the little x next to it on itunes. this will be at the top.

  • shyamo108
    shyamo108 Mar 24, 2009

    when it says syncing, try to click the little x next to it on itunes. this will be at the top.

  • shyamo108
    shyamo108 Mar 24, 2009

    when it says syncing, try to click the little x next to it on itunes. this will be at the top.

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After a few moments, your iPod will appear in the Source panel in iTunes.
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Restart your PC

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Hope this works!

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