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I cant connect to any comp using up to date usb ipod 3rd generation ipod touch usb...is thier a quick fix or can i get it repaired.

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You may want to check to see if the computer you are trying to connect has thier computer enalbed for you to connect. When trying to access another you have to make sure you are not being block by any type of software....Norton Firewall, Windows Firewall or any other known products that may limit your connections.

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