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My ipod touch started tonight not playing sound and indicating that the headphones were in, but they weren't. Then it would respond, said needed to be restored, but and error message appeared and it couldn't be. Now it will not turn on and the computer doesn't recognize it. Nothing is working.

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If you hold down the Sleep button (at the top) and the Home button (on the front at the bottom) simultaneously until it resets & the white Apple logo appears onscreen. This will reset your iPod Touch & you should be able to sync it with the computer now.

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