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Won't start. My I-Pod just went dead and will not start up. Everything just remains blank. I have tried charging it, plugging it in to I-Tunes, it does not respond silver ipod nano 3g, 4gb. Everything is blank, wont start up, wont charge, is not recognised on itunes. How can I power this on today. I am going on holiday tomorrow morning and need it repaired urgently. Roz Taylor

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  • rozlee Jul 12, 2008

    Thank you so much - it is now working. It will be perfect for our holiday!



    Expert fast service xx

  • aquamaster39 Jul 14, 2008

    my ipod is completly black and wont start up. my moms ipod works fine on my computer so it's not the computers fault but it wont recognize my ipod. i cant even chare it. what do i do i have to go to rome TOMMOROW!

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Press and hold the center button whle holding down on the menu button. This should reboot you IPod.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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