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Lost music Hi can someone to tell me if i will be able to recover all the music that i'd lost from my ipod 80G.Thanks

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How did you lose the music? If you lost it from your computer, I'm not sure if you'll be able to get it back. Otherwise, there should be a file labeled "Itunes music" on your computer somewhere. Just use the search option in "my computer" to locate it. Most of your music should be in there, if not all of it.

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Hey Sader201,

If your iPod has been freezing on the Apple screen, you may wish to try resetting your iPod by doing the following:

1) Slide the "Hold" switch to "On," and then "Off" again.

2) Press and hold the "Menu" and "Select" buttons at the tame time until the Apple logo appears. This may take six to eight seconds to happen, and you may need to repeat this step.

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