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Cant playing full songs.....

I have bought ipod nano 4 gb new.....after i downlod itunes 7.7 latest.i tranfer the songs into ipod then when i ejected n listing the songs some songs are playing fully but some play half then stop n the next track get started.....pls help me so that i can listen full songs on my ipod pls pls pls...

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  • shashank_ver Jul 27, 2008

    no it didnt asked me any thing u writen.....just where to install n accept the agrement.i manually eject ipod when i transfer the songs in it.......

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When you installed itunes did you check the box where it asked you to automatically eject ipod or manually eject?

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